Stretch Mask Friskfilm

by Iwata

Stretch Mask Friskfilm is a multi-medium, stretchable and repositionable adhesive backed masking film. Designed for custom automotive painting, it’s especially suited to conform to curved and irregular surfaces such as motorcycle tanks, helmets, and other automotive shapes.

Stretch Mask is a clear film, so artwork is always in view. It provides medium tack adhesion to non-porous surfaces and won’t lift up paint when removed or repositioned. And because it’s thin, it cuts easily with any brand art knife or single edged razor, making repositioning and other manipulations a snap.

Made tough, Stretch Mask won’t wrinkle, bleed, or flutter under airbrush spray. It’s also completely solvent proof. Stretch Mask is the perfect masking film for fine artists, auto graphics painters, sign painters, hobbyists, modelers, sculptors, and general airbrushers.

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Olivia S. from Englewood, FL says:

I was not pleased with with product. It would only stick to a VERY clean flat surface. I could not get it to stay stuck to any of my projects. I was very upset.

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Rated by: Olivia S. in Englewood, FL
I was not pleased with with product. It would only stick to a VERY clean flat surface. I could not get it to stay stuck to any of my projects. I was very upset.
Rated by: Daniel K. in Aurora, CO
Really does hold a bend or a curve. Nice product.
Rated by: Barry H. in unknown, CA
I purchased the Friskfilm for use as a masking film for painting 1:24 plastic model cars. The product is not quite sticky enough to be used for this purpose, so I do not recommend using it like this.
Rated by: Philip C. in Advance, NC
The material is excellent only suepassed by the quick response in receiving it. I WILL be a return shopper.

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