Model Masking Tape Refill

This is a 10 Meter Roll of 10mm Tamiya Masking Tape Refill.

Tamiya Model Masking Tape Refill 10 mm #87034
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 Tamiya # tam87034
$2.56
 
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Tamiya Item # tam87034
Specifications :
  • Length: 10m
  • Width: 10mm
  • Tamiya Product Number: 87034
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"The best there is"
nscrfns (Killeen, TX)
Not sure I can add anything that hasn't already been said. Test on scrape plastic painted with the same paint you are wanting to mask to be sure it won't lift paint during the unmasking process. De-tack by sticking to t-shirt if necessary. The only paints I have had it lift is Dullcote over Model Master gloss clear acrylic and Aqua Gloss clear acrylic.

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Features

  • This is a thin, self-adhesive paper tape, developed for model applications.
  • Flexible.
  • Easily applied to curved surfaces making it ideal for masking off areas for painting, etc.
  • Refill roll for TAMR8731.

Specs

  • Length: 10m
  • Width: 10mm
  • Tamiya Product Number: 87034

Includes

One Roll Of Masking Tape


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Reviews

  
 
"Vry good tape, no bleed under and doesn't peel paint off"
rarem37
This tape is excellent for masking. If you burnish the edge down and are careful with your paint there is no paint bleed under. I use this for my fine masking, then use a wider tape over part of it to cover more of the area I don't want painted. I have not had a problem with this tape pulling the undercoat paint off of the model, as long as I let it dry.

 
"best masking tape I have found"
painter5592
This is the best masking tape f have found. It lays down very well and it stays where you put it. I have yet had any paint bleed under the edges as long as you make sure that you have pressed it down. When you take it off after the paint dries lift it straight up and you should have no problems. Give it a try and I am sure you will like it.

 
"Consistent results using Tamiya Tape"
timshipley (San Diego,CA)
This tape makes laser straight paint lines. Don't stretch or pull the the tape. Lay it down flat and press down along the edges. Spray light coats to help seal the tape edges and build it up in several coats. Make sure your base paint is cured before using masking tape. Lacquer paints dry from the outside in. So it may feel dry but a strong tape may peel the base coat if you don't let the paint cure all the way to the body. I usually wait several days for the paint to cure before using any masking tape over a painted body.

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