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Blue Masking Tape Prevents Your Unpainted Surfaces

By James Blee Subscribe to RSS | April 18th 2012 | Views:
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While planning for interior painting of your house, you seem quite busy in giving instructions or taking care of various things like, preventing the paint from getting onto the surfaces you don’t want to cover. It really becomes difficult to prevent the uncovered surfaces from paint or paint drops however cautious you are. But with blue masking tape you can easily do so. As the adhesive material of this tape is not sticky or tacky, hence this can be used to act as a protective shield to prevent the unwanted surfaces from getting painted.

Easy to strip off this tape does not leave back the adhesive residue and do not even rip off any paint from the walls. This tape sticks out like a shelf to protect the base and acts as a barrier to catch any drips. You can even apply this tape on tiles, hardwood and carpeting to prevent them from paint drips as it gets quite difficult to remove the paint stains from these surfaces. From hinges to door knobs to ceiling fans this masking tape offers complete protection to the unwanted surfaces and saves you from the cleaning up work. Available in several strengths this tape is ideal for all the painting projects.

This pressure sensitive tape is easily affordable and the longer rated tapes are less adhesive and generally used on smooth, delicate surfaces such as vinyl wallpaper and recently painted walls. This painter’s tape should not be removed until the last coat has been applied and sufficient time has been given to the paint for drying. In case you notice that the paint is pulling up with the tape, it is recommended to use a razor blade along the edge of the tape. This will break the bond between the paint and the tape thereby ensuring a distinctive boundary to your painting along with easier removal of the tape.

At times it may be difficult to remove the tape from the surface and you can observe parts of the adhesive remains on the painted surface, even after removing it. You can either rub off the extra adhesive with finger or you can apply a fresh piece of tape on the adhesive to pull it off from the surface.

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