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Tackle Kate Backdrop White-Edge Bottoms: 4 Tried and Tested Methods

Are you struggling to get the perfect shot because the printed logo at the bottom of your Kate backdrop gets in the way? Do you want to find a way to seamlessly blend the backdrop with the floor to create stunning images? If so, you've come to the right place! We've tested and recorded 4 different methods in our studio to help you achieve the look you desire.

Method 1: Just glue the edge

One of the easiest ways to conceal the printed logo is to glue the edge of the backdrop. Use Unique Stitch liquid adhesive to stick the backdrop to the desired place.

This method provides a permanent adhesive solution that is both machine washable and dryable. However, be careful not to use too much adhesive on thick fabric, as it may appear unnatural.

Product you might need:

Unique Stitch liquid adhesive


  • Permanent adhesive;
  • Machine washable and dryable;


Unnatural when using too much.

glue the edge

Clamp the edges with a clip

Method 2 : Cut and glue the edge

Another option is to cut the printed edge of the backdrop and use fabric glue to prevent fraying. For a clean and precise cut, use a rotary cutter.

This method provides a clear edge that is ideal for preventing fabric edges from fraying. It is both machine washable and dry cleanable.

However, it's important to practice using the rotary cutter before attempting to use it on your backdrop, as it can ruin the backdrop if used incorrectly.  

Product you might need:

Rotary Cutter

Fabric glue

Step 1: Use the rotary cutter to cut the edge according to your desired length.

Step 2: Use fabric glue to prevent the cutting edge from fraying.


  • Perfect looking with clear edge;
  • Prevents fabric edges from fraying;
  • Machine washable and dry cleanable;


May ruin the backdrop if used incorrectly.

cute edge

glue edge


  • Practiceusing the rotary cutter on waste fabric before using it on your backdrop.
  • Be careful not to hurt yourself while handling sharp objects.

Method 3: Tape and Cut

If a rotary cutter is not available, you can still achieve a clear edge with tape and common sharp scissors at home.

This method provides an invisible solution that is easy to apply. However, the tape is not permanent, and the backdrop's edge may fray if you remove it.

Product you might need:

Step 1: Stick the tape on the back edge, ensuring it covers the cutting line.

Step 2: Cut along the edge, and do your best to keep it in line.


  • Invisible when applied;
  • Pull off the roll smoothly and cut easily;
  • Reliable and Photo safe;


Not permanent and the edge may fray if you tear it off.

tape edge

cut edge

Method 4: Iron-on Tape + Iron

Another perfect way to conceal a printed logo is to use iron-on tape and an iron.

This method provides a quick fix that is both washable and dry cleanable. However, the edges may not be completely straight after ironing.

Product you might need:


  • Great for quick fixes and easy no-sew projects;
  • Washable and Dry Cleanable;


Depending on how much you fold and iron, the edges may not be completely straight after ironing.

tape edge

iron edge

Here is a tip for you:

Iron the folding line first, then place the web between the two edges before ironing together.

Note: Keep in mind, you can use any other products with similar features, and you can find them on Amazon or at other physical stores.


In conclusion, we've provided you with four tested methods to help you conceal a printed logo on your Kate backdrop. Each method has its pros and cons, so choose the one that best suits your specific situation.

So, what are you waiting for? Implement these methods today and watch as your photos come to life with seamless and natural backdrops!

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Why Kate backdrop has a printed logo edge at the bottom?

The printed logo edge is a special design of Kate backdrops. It helps the workers to correctly cut the edge and sew it from fraying.

Is there any other ways to tackle the edge?

Surly, you and also blend it with the floor or props.