Using trim masking tape is easy and intuitive, though some little advices should be follow to achieve best results. Let’s take a look in this video tutorial on how to use perforated tape.
Have you ever wondered how to paint around trim moldings? Trim Masking Tape is an innovative product, engineered to help automotive professional painters save time and gain quality when painting around trim moldings. Have you ever wondered how to paint around trim moldings? This product provides a thin plastic band on one side, created to let the tape slide in the leaks behind the moldings so to prevent the paint bleeding through. Thanks to trim masking tape, it is no longer necessary to remove the moldings when painting the near surfaces.
In this video tutorial, we discover the qualities and advantages of trim masking tape, while going through the best way to use it.
Choose a good trim masking tape
Like any other tape designed for automotive painting, trim masking tape must provide some essential features to guarantee the quality of the final result, while saving time and effort. Among these qualities, we mention:
The best products on the market boast additional qualities and advantages, as we are going to see in the next paragraph.
How to use trim masking tape, step by step
Using trim masking tape is easy and intuitive, though some little advices should be followed to achieve best results. Let’s take a look:
After the drying, you just have to remove the tape from the vehicle. We suggest to accomplish this job as soon as possible and straight in the booth, as some tapes tend to attach to the underlying surface when the temperature drops. However, best products such as Q1® Premium Trim Masking Tape show a higher tolerance than average products on the market, and can be removed also outside the booth.