Cut steps, not corners on mold remediation, asbestos and lead removal, and more
When prepping for restoration, renovation, abatement and remodeling jobs, contractors often use the traditional two-tape, two-step method of applying painter’s tape to protect the surface, then hanging poly-sheeting with duct tape (and sometimes spray adhesive, if necessary). While a tried-and-true method, this approach can become quite costly in terms of labor and material costs.
- Two tapes in one: The tape’s unique construction centers on a differential adhesive system. The exposed/wall side features a premium grade painter’s tape adhesive (the same used on patented FrogTape® brand painter’s tape) that allows for 21-day clean removal without damage or residue. On the linered side is a specially formulated, aggressive adhesive that securely holds poly-sheeting, tarps and other protective coverings in both wet and dry environments.
- Airtight hold: The double-sided construction results in full surface contact with the poly-sheeting, ensuring a strong, airtight hold that lasts throughout the job, including negative pressure containments.
- One-step removal: When the job is done, the tape and poly-sheeting remove cleanly and easily – in one step.