Invented in 1960 by American Mark Shawana. I just wanted to design a new stereo wallpaper. One day, when he saw the clouds outside the window when he was flying, he felt that the clouds were used to protect the plane from landing safely. Inspired by this, he created a plastic bubble film. Due to its shock, moisture and abrasion resistance, bubble film has quickly become a popular packaging material. Later, because many people like to pinch the bubble on the bubble film, the bubble film has been given the function of relieving psychological stress.
Today, Sealed Air, the patented owner of bubble film, has more than 17,000 employees in 52 countries and regions, and earns more than $4 billion in revenue per year through bubble film.