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    Masking Tapes

    Masking tapes also known as painter's tape are typically used to temporarily shield areas that you want paint protection from during a variety of preparation or finishing processes. This tape is single-sided and can be easily torn. The tape is adaptable, versatile, and easy to unwind and reposition.

    Masking tapes are low tack and use a lower strength adhesive on the tape face allowing you to remove the tape after use with minimal effort whilst leaving no tape residue on the surface.

    What kind of masking tape do I need?

    Tapes come in a range of materials, most commonly tapes use paper backing but can also use polyester, PVC and even aluminium foil. The type of masking material in the product will provide different protection depending on the work or process being carried out.

    Masking tape's adhesive determines where the tape is best applied:

    Rubber-based Masking Tape

    A tape with this adhesive material generally provides the highest adhesive strength despite its low-temperature resistance. Various general-purpose applications can be solved with these masking tapes as they are one of the best choices due to their strong sticking properties.

    Acrylic-based Masking Tape

    Adhesive materials used in this type of tape can withstand a wide range of temperatures. Extreme temperatures and challenging environments are no problem for it.

    This product can operate at temperatures ranging from sub-zero to approximately 150 degrees Celsius, which makes it highly versatile and useful.

    Silicone-based Masking Tape

    Despite its silicone-based composition, the adhesive material is resistant to the highest temperatures. When it comes to extreme temperatures, it is ideal. As high as 260 degrees Celsius can be reached with silicone adhesive.

    Why Painter's Tape is useful for painter?

    Its easy-to-tear feature means that these tapes can be torn and applied to whatever is needed for example.. you can easily shield or mask off any unwanted painting areas whilst undergoing your kitchen renovation. It is possible to find masking tape in a variety of sizes, thicknesses, and colours made to suit a wide range of uses and applications in a variety of industries.

    What applications are masking tapes used in?

    Masking tapes are ideal for masking walls and surfaces and are applicable in a variety of different uses such as:

    • Marking sensitive and critical surfaces
    • Indoor paintwork - blue painter's tape is commonly used to protect walls.
    • Wallpapering
    • Fitting doors

    Tips to select the right masking tape?

    To make masking tapes the best, there are several key factors to consider.

    Here are some best tips to select the best masking tapes:

    Size Matters

    Choosing the right tape involves considering its size. Size isn't just about length, it's also about its width and thickness. The more narrow the tape width, the more effortless it will be to mask corners and spaces that are small and tight.

    Adhesion affects the outcome

    Any tape should be checked for its adhesiveness before making a purchase. You can select tape with a lower stickiness as you deal with delicate materials like freshly painted surfaces. On the other hand, when dealing with rough surfaces under extreme conditions, stronger adhesive levels are often required.

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