Use when you want to prevent paint bleeding underneath masking tape after you’ve painted a surface.
Sensitive masking tape
Use when you’ve recently painted a surface and still need to mask up. It’s designed to stop bleeding underneath and is sensitive when you go to remove it. You can even use it on wallpaper.
Blue masking tape
If you’re working outside, this masking tape can be used on external surfaces as it can withstand rain or moisture.
Orange masking tape
For masonry and brickwork, it’s best to use this masking tape. It sticks to external surfaces easily and protects the areas you don’t want to get paint on.
Got large expansive surfaces to protect? Here’s some tips for how to protect carpet when painting and how to protect skirting boards when painting walls.