I propose this as an ongoing pointed thread in the tips and tricks subcategory. My goal in posting this lead off is to create a reference bible for tape & frisket. You can post not only your awesome finds, but also criticisms of not so awesome finds. I'll lead off with my gold standard for tape. Frogtape Delicate Surface in 1.88" x 60 yd. As seen here: This by far is worth the extra money, and here's why. First, it is super thin, which benefits in two ways, you can see thru it clear enough to use it as frisket, and will give less spray offset, as well be less brutal on your xacto knives (cuts like a dream). Next is that it has the best, repossitionable to an extent, non-resedue adhesive I have ever used. And finally it has a very clean edge. See that's the problem with say regular blue painter's tape is that because the fiber that makes up the backing is made from a coarser pulp, and even though they are probably cut to final width in similar machinery, this coarser pulp creates a rougher edge, just rough enough to be frustratingly noticeable. I can post quite a few more products coming up, but I'll wait for someone to post their gem.