When painting outdoor or in tough environment conditions, good results are guaranteed when using an outdoor masking tape, a product that boasts specific features to resist extreme temperature, water and wet.
No.70M cloth tape is a Rubber adhesive masking tape specifically designed for outdoor use. Its features are the ideal benchmark to understand what to expect from a product that has to guarantee effective masking in weather conditions. When you have to evaluate the quality of an outdoor masking tape, check out its technical sheet and consider carefully the following values:
Materials features: this includes the Rubber adhesive layer of the tape and the 70mesh of its Cloth backing. No.70M cloth Masking tape has a thickness of 300 µm, a value that is significantly higher than a regular masking tape: this feature results in increased performance in the heavy-duty applications that often involve outdoor masking tapes.
Easy Tear: No.70M cloth Masking tape features a specially cloth backing. This cloth are cut easily by hand, and they have good performance for fine line of masking.
Shear adhesion: this parameter indicates the adhesive power of the tape or, in other words, its ability to hold a weight before coming loose from the application surface. Shear adhesion must be limited in a good masking tape, in order to prevent the tape itself to damage the surface it is applied to. In addition, an outdoor masking tape is not usually required to stay in place for prolonged time. No.70M cloth Masking tape provides a good shear adhesion value, a good compromise between steady hold, gentleness on the material and possibility to remove the tape without leaving residues.
Weather resistance: a good outdoor masking tape must not lack some essential qualities such as water resistance and UV resistance, which make it suitable for masking external walls, surfaces and roofs. In addition, the tape should perform at both low and high temperature, depending on the season. No.70M cloth Masking tape resists water and wet, withstands UV rays and keeps its hold at temperatures up to 150°.