Definitions for "Release paper"
Writing-grade paper made from chemical pulp that possesses good tensile and tearing strength. It comes in rolls for automatic register machines and in flat, folded, snap-apart packages for computer printouts and other copying purposes.
Smooth, glazed paper, usually treated with silicones, to allow sticky or tacky materials to be easily removed from the paper's surface.
A thin, translucent paper coated with a substance such as a silicon preparation on one or both sides to render the surface slippery and resistant to sticking. It will withstand the application of heat without sticking or otherwise damaging the work.