This section provides an overview for curing sheets as well as their applications and principles. Also, please take a look at the list of 10 curing sheet manufacturers and their company rankings.
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A curing sheet is a tool used to cover the exterior and interior walls of a building to prevent paint from splattering onto vehicles, buildings, gardens, trees, furniture, and other objects.
There are various types of masking tapes, such as those used for exterior walls, roofs, and automobiles, which can be selected according to the work environment.
There are various types, such as a type that integrates the sheet and masking tape, a type with corona treatment to prevent dried paint from peeling off, and a non-cutter type that can be cut by hand with good directional accuracy.
Curing sheets for painting are used for the following purposes when painting:
When you want to improve the visibility of paint lines or paint residue, when there is a possibility that paint solvents will melt the sheet, or when you do not want to damage floors or stairs.
It is used at sites where walls, floors, materials, products, etc. need to be protected in advance.
Specific examples of use are as follows:
Curing sheets for painting are made of polyethylene (PE) film, which is resistant to water and oil and does not emit toxic gases when burned as waste.
In addition, sheets that have undergone corona discharge treatment are often used, which improves the surface tension of the base material so that liquids do not repel, and improves the adhesiveness of inks and masking tape.
The sheet with corona discharge treatment is often used.
Masking tapes are usually used by bonding masking tapes, but those that combine masking tapes and curing sheets are easy to install because one side of the sheet is attached to the cloth tape.
This allows for easy installation and quick completion of the curing work.
Some curing sheets has piolan masker instead of cloth tape. The piolan masker has strong adhesive strength and does not leave adhesive residue.
Sheets specially designed for car repair painting use Japanese paper tapes with an acrylic adhesive that can withstand heating to 150°C for 30 minutes, and are resistant to adhesive residue and discoloration. The back of the tape is treated to prevent paint from peeling off.
The roll type comes in different thicknesses, widths, and lengths, so it is necessary to prepare the necessary type according to the situation at the site to be painted.
Painter's tape is used for small areas to be painted, and is used for painting plastic models, etc., in addition to DIY projects. Masker tape is often used for commercial purposes, such as painting residential walls and roofs, and at construction sites.
Masking tape, in particular, is made of high-density polyethylene film, which is compact and can be expanded when in use, making it suitable for use in a variety of locations.
Both tapes can be easily peeled off after use, so it is advisable to choose either of the two paint curing tapes when applying paint.
The usage of painter's masking tape is as follows.
1. When using painter's tape:
2. When using masking tape:
In many cases, spray painting is performed at the location where masker tape is used. Therefore, spread the film to prevent paint from splattering outside of the painted area.
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