FrogTape Brand Introduces New Line Of Performance Masking Tapes

New FrogTape Line Of Performance Masking Tapes

Designed to prep for protection in industrial painting and coating applications.

Whether it’s gel coating a powerboat, touching up the body details on a motorcoach or giving a fresh paint job to a fleet of construction vehicles, the finish quality relies heavily on the performance of the products and tools used to complete the job. One of the most critical components in the process is a high-caliber masking tape.

The FrogTape brand, which is known for its industry-leading painter’s tapes, has introduced a family of performance masking tapes geared for peak performance in the most challenging marine, industrial, transportation and automotive coating applications. 

The new product line includes three high-performance products, with two additional fineline masking tapes joining the collection from Shurtape brand, sister brand to FrogTape. All five products combine for a portfolio that’s competitively priced and engineered to make a variety of industrial coating jobs cleaner, faster and easier on a variety of surfaces and under a range of bake temperatures—all with premium quality results.

The Difference is in the Details

At the core of this family are technical enhancements that add up to substantial performance benefits, all with the goal of yielding higher-quality results in less time and with less fuss than competitive offerings.

“When tape fails, coating results are substandard and the fixes can be costly—and not all performance masking tapes are created equal,” says Ben Payseur, Senior Product Manager for performance masking tapes at Shurtape Technologies, LLC, the company that markets and manufactures the FrogTape and Shurtape brands. “We specifically designed this product family for top-notch performance and professional results in the marine, MRO and transportation markets.”

It all starts with the clean and consistent paint lines. Thanks to a specially formulated adhesive, FrogTape performance masking tapes produce crisp edges and remove cleanly with no sticky residue for up to three days after heat and UV exposure. 

The fine structured crepe paper and high-quality PVC backers of these tapes offer an exceptionally smooth finish that feels good in hand and allows for easy, creaseless conformability around the curved and irregular surfaces found in large vehicles and heavy industrial equipment.

They are also robust enough to withstand the harsh chemicals in base and gel coats, and the heat from bake cycles. And cleanup is a breeze, thanks to durability that resists tearing or shredding when the tapes are removed.

Designed to Prep for Protection

The FrogTape performance masking family includes three medium-high adhesion masking tapes for water-based and solvent-based coatings. They’re rated at three levels of bake temperatures for a wide range of applications:

FrogTape 225 Gold—a thin-profile tape with high conformability that can withstand temperatures up to 225 F for 30 minutes 

FrogTape 250 Light Blue—a thin-profile tape with balanced conformability and durability that can withstand temperatures up to 250 F for 30 minutes

FrogTape 325 Pink—a thicker-profile tape with maximum durability that can withstand temperatures up to 325 F for 30 minutes

Additionally, two Shurtape fineline masking tapes offer medium adhesion performance designed tapes for pinstriping and fineline finishing:

FLC 280 Blue – a fineline tape with high conformability that can withstand temperatures up to 280 F for 45 minutes; ideal for tight-radius curves

FLS 325 Yellow – a fineline tape featuring high durability that can withstand temperatures up to 325 F for 45 minutes; ideal for long, straight lines and gentle curves

“Ultimately, it all comes back to prepping surfaces for the best results possible,” says Payseur. “And, we’ve created a performance masking line that offers a full range of tape solutions for a wide range of professional coating jobs.”

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