Peel adhesion is defined as the force needed to “peel” an adhesive tape from any given surface, whether flexible, smooth, or rigid. The attachment time required until it achieves its final tack is very short (low dwell time). Furthermore, adhesive tape with natural rubber adhesion can be removed easily and does not leave any trace, for example in the case of masking tape.
Finally there is the high tack, i.e. stickiness, of the adhesive: the adhesive tape glues with minimal pressure and minimal contact time. The rubber tree's latex makes the adhesive tape "faster". That explains why natural rubber adhesive tape and adhesives are often used and popular, and why they are found in and for a large number of applications – from cloth tape to packaging tape. And that is why many adhesive tapes that safely seal our packages contain milk from the rubber tree.