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Eastwood 13375

Soft Edge Foam Tape 1 Boxed Roll

Eastwood 13375

352-13375

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Eastwood 13375 Soft Edge Foam Tape 1 Boxed Roll $41.99
Soft Edge Foam Tape
  • 1 Boxed Roll

  • Eastwood 13375 Details

    17mm wide (3/4 Inch)50M long (131 Feet)

    Specifications:

    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    13375

    Eastwood Soft Edge Foam Tape is great for taping around door jambs, hoods and trunk lids to prevent overspray from getting into those areas. The shape of this Soft Edge Tape will allow the paint to transition gradually into the foam to avoid hard paint edges. The high performance adhesive will leave no residue behind and is easily removed.

    Features
  • Prevents Overspray
  • Easily Removed With No Residue
  • Low Bake Safe
  • 3/4" x 131' Boxed Roll

  • 13375 - Eastwood Soft Edge Foam Tape is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Much better than regular tape! Used this while painting a 70 Corvette convertible. Used it in door gaps to keep overspray out of the previously painted door jams. Easier to get into the position I wanted than regular tape. Also used in the drain channel for the deck lid. Placed it around the channel and shut the deck lid. Did not leave the sharp paint line regular tape does. Much easier to clean up and blend in afterward.
    Date published: 2015-06-30
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from This stuff is pretty neat I used this in the door jambs and under the trunk lid on a car to keep out 2k surfacer over spray. It was the first time using it and it worked pretty good. Typically, the cars I paint are mostly disassembled so this isn't needed. I did try this on a complete car I was painting to help avoid spending time masking and it worked good. If you are doing a restoration and have a body you are painting I wouldn't buy this. If you are just painting the exterior of the car and want to save some time masking it is likely worth the 40 dollars. For reference, I used up two full strips of the foam doing the trunk lid, and all 4 doors of a 94 Chevy Caprice.
    Date published: 2016-09-27
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