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tesa Precision Mask® for Spraying

tesa Precision Mask adhesive tapes offer professional results and razor sharp finishes when spraying

Precision Mask® for Spraying

Having the right tools for masking before spraying is essential. Preparing for a spray job without imperfections is made easy with the tesa Precision Mask® assortment which guarantees flawless designs without concern for paint bleed or residue being left behind. tesa®  Precision Mask® helps you stay ahead of the competition thanks to razor sharp results without the risk of having to redo work – which costs time and money. 

tesa Precision Mask® Indoor

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tesa® 4334 Precision Mask® Indoor

The must-have tool for spraying indoors, tesa Professional 4334 Precision Mask® guarantees razor-sharp edges on both smooth and textured surfaces including glass, aluminium, PVC and wood. Residue-free for up to six months, the tesa 4334 Precision Mask® consists of an extra-thin and strong Japanese rice paper (Washi) backing which allows for easy positioning it is also easy to tear by hand.

tesa Precision Mask® Outdoor

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Taking on an outdoor spraying job? You need a masking tape that can withstand the demands from changeable weather and UV light as well as the rough textured surfaces found in the outdoors environment. tesa 4440 Precision Mask® Outdoor is specially crafted to meet these demands while still delivering razor sharp paint edges, even on challenging outdoor areas. With a waterproofed base it can used outdoors for up to 26 weeks, including on slightly rough surfaces. 

How to mask a light switch before spraying

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Unroll required amount of tape

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Place tape around the edge of the light switch

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Fold the tape like an envelope, covering the switch fully

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And spray...

How to mask a plug socket before spraying

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Unroll correct amount of tape required

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Position the tape at the top of the socket

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Wrap the tape around the outside of the socket

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Then fold the tape like an envelope, covering the socket completely

tesa Precision Mask® Vs General Purpose Masking Tapes

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top: tesa 4323 General Purpose
Bottom: tesa 4334 Precision Mask® Indoor

Why use Precision tapes whilst spraying is a question that gets asked all the time, sure the General Purpose tapes like our 3 day tape tesa® 4323 can be seen as a one product for all jobs and can be good enough for most jobs and the price point for Precision Mask® tapes is higher then General Purpose, However when you see the results in a head to head comparison then its easy to see why you should choose tesa Precision Mask® tapes while spray painting.

In this image tesa® 4323 3 Day General Purpose masking tape was used on the top and tesa Precision Mask® Indoor was used on the bottom. Its clear to see the reveal shows a far sharper line when using the Precision Mask® tape