Why are the rubber bands we often use yellow?
Rubber bands are common daily necessities. They are used to tie up lunches and various things. The more common colors are yellow, red, and green. Recently, some customers and friends will ask: Why are rubber bands usually yellow?
“Because the raw material of the rubber band is natural rubber, and the color of natural rubber is yellow, there is no need to add dyes in the process of making yellow rubber bands."
Why are the rubber bands still red and green?
Because the color is produced in accordance with the needs of users, some products are closer to the yellow color and will be tied with red to be more conspicuous. In fact, it is just the user's habits.
There may be 30 common specifications of rubber bands in the market, and only two or three common colors.