The tesa Precision range of masking tapes can help decorators achieve sharp edges.
Geometric painting has made a strong comeback since its widespread popularity 40 to 50 years ago and if your customers are requesting this trend, then the tesa range of tapes can help you achieve it.
The technique was common in the seventies and has become increasingly popular again in modern homes.
The Precision Mask tape from tesa consists of an extra-thin and strong Japanese rice paper (Washi) backing and can be used to support geometric painting indoors or outdoors and on a range of surfaces, including glass, aluminium, PVC and wood. The adhesive formulation allows it to be easily removed and a translucent backing allows for easy positioning. It is also easy to tear by hand without leaving any residues.
Greg Perkins, key account manager, craftsmen trade for tesa UK, said, “Our Precision range of masking tapes continue to be recognised throughout the painting and decorating sector for the quality and finish they provide. We understand that decorators work is often varied and application requirements change with the times. We are delighted to see that this range of tapes are being used to support the creation of the latest innovative design trends”.