Duct tape should never be used as a replacement for painter’s tape.
The demand for more sustainable building envelope products has pushed UV-cured acrylic adhesives to the forefront of adhesive technology over other adhesives designed for building envelope applications.
When you’re working on an outdoor project, paint can often play a crucial role — and nothing helps ensure smooth, clean lines like painter’s tape.
Follow these steps to use painter’s tape to prevent wood splintering and “tear out”.
One way to safely navigate customer satisfaction is to find a case sealing partner that’s as attuned to the demanding nature of the single parcel supply chain and expectations of the end consumer.
UL listings help identify which HVAC tape is needed for every job.
If you plan to use painter's tape outdoors for an extended period of time, choose a UV-resistant blue painter's tape. This type of tape is specifically designed to withstand sunlight, allowing it to stay up for a longer period of time.
As building codes shift in favor of materials that offer greater efficiency and better performance, manufacturers of building envelope flashing tapes are reassessing the adhesives they use to meet the expectations of contractors and builders.
Look to industry-leading tape manufacturers to find the right tape for the job so that you can confidently do your best work every time.
Knowing the right kinds of tapes to use — and not to use — for specific applications can help ensure high-quality results.
Developing systematic, cost-effective packaging and shipping processes that ensure products leaving your facility arrive safely and securely at a consumer’s doorstep is no simple task.
High-performance masking tapes are critical tools in any marine, automotive, transportation or industrial painting and coating application.