I don't believe that. I buy a quality brand of masking tape usually, but not the most expensive. You can easily spend $200 or more on masking tape alone at that rate, and it isn't necessary.First and best advice I can give is to go to the best auto paint supplier in your area and buy the most expensive tape they have.
well the car is bare metal and completely taken apart...i was going to spray the unibody at one time and then fenders, valances, doors at one time.....im not like spot priming.red65mustang said:shifty,
your doing metal patch work, just need to spray epoxy at this point
go visit the $3500 paint job guy, buy a 25' length of his "car bagging poly" off his 250' roll, typically 1.25mil hi density poly.....$5?
cover/bag the whole car and tape it down secure
with a razor blade cut out just the area and a little more that you want to spray, just tape the cut poly to the area and shoot it....
move on to the next repair area and cut away the poly there and tape it down
ha! when your done the car looks like a big chunk of " epoxyed tape holes" swiss cheese
ps:get EVERYTHING out of the interior and trunk or you will be wondering "did I leave it in the car"......
great post on final taping Brian