Painter Training: Interior Collection
Application & Tape Removal
Season 1, Episode 5 • 5m 43s
When you apply tape to protect a surface, you need to be thinking about the moment when you will remove the tape from that surface.
Will it come off easy and in one continuous segment?
How long will the tape be sticking on the surface?
Is there any chance the adhesive will transfer or lift the finish on that surface?
These are all the reasons why it’s important to learn the proper technique and to use the correct tape for the job. Let’s take a look….
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