Spray paint masking tape

Our spray paint masking tape offers professional results and perfect finishes whether masking indoor, outdoor or delicate surfaces:

There comes a time during many painting jobs where a little bit of masking tape is necessary. Or even entire rolls of masking tape, if things get super serious. Spray paint is the best way to get a job done quickly with flawless results, and this method will work on a variety of materials, but think about it: if painting could be a very messy situation, imagine how spray painting would be! Taping off specific areas can help you avoid making messes where you don’t want them.
Be sure to have the right tools at your side to avoid paint stains all over your furniture and walls.

Q1® Spray paint masking tape: Precision Line

For perfect paint edges, the best choice is Q1® Precision Line masking tape: an ultra-thin spray paint masking tape that sticks perfectly and assures a perfect adhesion. Once removed, it leaves no residues.
  • UV resistant
  • Water resistant
  • Compatible with HPLV and airless paint spray
  • Suitable for indoor and outdoor jobs

Q1® Spray paint masking tape: Multiple Purpose

If you need a fitting spray paint masking tape for different kind of works, surfaces (regular, irregular, multiple) and materials (wood, metal, walls, trims), with warm temperatures, then Q1® Multiple Purpose masking tape is the one for you; you can leave it hanging for 7 days long with no risks of residues or peeling of the substrate.
  • Flexibility on multiple surfaces
  • Excellent holding power
  • Indoor

Q1® Spray paint masking tape: Delicate Surface

To painters and renovators who often work on delicate surfaces – such us wallpaper or fresh plaster – we recommend Q1® Delicate Surface masking tape. It is an ultra-thin low-tack spray paint masking tape. It is extremely easy to remove, even after 15 days of application. No paint flaking at all.
  • Smooth and slightly textured surfaces
  • Low tack adhesion
  • Indoor
  • 15 days clean removal

We suggest you to use them along with our masking papers and masking films to get full coverage and protect any surface perfectly.

How to use spray paint masking tape

This kind of tape can be used in several situations, and each will require a slightly different use for this versatile masking product. One of the principal uses is when spray painting a room.

Before you stick masking tape to the walls (or any surface), there are a few steps you need to take first.

  1. Move furniture away to enable you easy access to the space (in the middle of the room is fine)
  2. Take down any item, including picture frames, screens, curtains and blinds.
  3. Also remember to mask electrical sockets and switches.
  4. Clean the surface and allow it to dry before applying any masking tool.

Wondering how to mask a room for spray painting? Read our article to learn more!

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