masking tape


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masking tape

an adhesive tape used to mask and protect surfaces surrounding an area to be painted

masking tape

An adhesive-backed paper tape used in masking, 1.
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Christopher Goes uses masking tape to steady his roller coaster.
When it is dry, securely place the rubber bands or masking tape on the egg where you want stripes.
Using masking tape or red duct tape, secure the strips of paper onto the edge of the flat side of the trash bag.
The students were given a 7-inch square of black poster board and, then, strips of masking tape in various widths.
Get a crafty upgrade using masking tape and fabric paint.
* Use masking tape to protect your walls and floor when painting your skirting boards, but don't leave it on too long because it can form a seal with the dry paint and tear the paint when removed.
US diversified technology group 3M (NYSE:MMM) said on Monday it has agreed to buy the tape business of Taiwanese Alpha Beta Enterprise Co, a producer of box sealing tape and masking tape.
FROG TAPE[R] is the only professional-grade painter's masking tape featuring Paintblock[R] technology, designed to help eliminate paint from bleeding onto taped surfaces.
1 cardboard tube from a roll of paper towels * scissors * pencil * meter stick * textbooks * 20 pennies * clear tape * aluminum foil * fine-grain sandpaper * masking tape
has designed its Screen Tape to replace masking tape. Screen Tape can be used to cover non-working sections of vacuum tables and direct airflow to a specific area.