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Today we want to talk more extensively about our Kapton® tape, its usefulness and why we consider it our workhorse. The Kapton Tape is a silicon adhesive tape with a polyamide base, developed by DuPont in the late 60’s, which remains stable over a wide range of temperatures (from -269 +400 ° C / -452 to 752 ° F; -673 K).
The kapton tape offers excellent resistance to heat, and it is designed to be used on a series of electric masks.
How to take off the blue tapes for paintings
Due to the recent technological advances, several households made our new blue tapes take over the market, displacing the commonly used paper tape for these tasks. They come in different sizes and are applicable on almost any type of surface (except for imitation finishes and some lacquers) and since it’s less sticky than others, it slowly started to displace the ones that, for a long time, were the most sold tapes in the painting industry.
Some tips on how to remove blue tapes
Welcome to our first blog article Tapes and Art, where we want to show you the different daily uses of adhesive tapes. On this occasion, we have found a Dutch artist named Max Zorn, who works with packaging tapes to carry out his work.
“I do not want to work on the walls or on the floor I wanted to use street lamps as an urban gallery and I wanted to use the darkness as the setting around my work” says Max.