Actually, most normal double-sided tapes have no liners on either side. Once it's rolled out, both sides are exposed. There's nothing more to peel off. Now, it seems as though the foam tapes usually come with a liner on both sides (or at least one). But I need to find the same for regular scotch tape.
I went to the store yesterday, but they only had double sided tapes with no removable liners. The foam ones all had it, but i don't want foam tape.
The hard thing about all this on the internet is that the descriptions aren't clear at all about the liner and stuff. I went to all the online stores and I also looked at the scotch 3m sites. The descriptions were very unclear about this specific issue. Man, websites have been really bothering me lately. They are never clear about what they are selling. They write all sorts of BS information, but they avoid saying anything about what I really am looking for. Such crap. They go on and on about the tape strength and chemical properties, like I can understand or care about it, but about the actual tapes and what are the differences...barely anything.
It seems as though double-sided and double-coated might mean two different things, but hell if i can know for sure from anything i'm reading online. I think what I'm looking for falls under the double-coated category.