Pull off your masking tape like a pro

When I just started painting, I damaged a few of my pieces while I was pulling off the masking tape. It was heartbreaking, some profanity was involved. Fortunately I figured out a fool proof way of doing this really quickly and I wanted to share this handy tip with all of you.

Sure, you could try buying the fancy, expensive artist tape but if you are as prolific as I am, wouldn’t you rather spend your hard earned money on the fun art supplies? I know I do! Here’s how you save yourself a lot of frustration. Even if the tape does tear, it won’t grab on to your painted surface. Hooray!

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  1. […] I have to? Also, I refuse to buy the fancy blue artist masking tape. Regular tape will do fine (I also have a blog post of removing it in a way so that you can’t damage your painted surface). Brushes are another thing I often buy cheaper. Just as long as they won’t lose their hairs […]

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