Blending Tapes

Blending tapes are perfect for a number of situations, such as creating a feathered finish as opposed to a hard paint edge. In particular, blending tapes can also help you to repair a small part of a car, often known as spot or smart repairs. Our range of blending tapes can provide the solutions to these scenarios to help save money, as well as offering helpful features like temperature resistance and different flexibility options.

At JTAPE, we strive to provide the best quality products for professionals to use. You can rest assured that our British-made tapes are all made from the highest quality materials and adhesives.

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Flexi No Edge Blending Tape


Flexi No Edge Blending Tape is the innovative and unique solution for masking curved swage lines and panel edges.  It makes masking around corners a speedy process even on the tightest of turns.

No Edge Blending Tape


Non-stretch, No Edge Blending Tape is the smart solution for masking swage lines and panel edges to create a seamless finish from new paintwork to old.

Blending tape can be an essential tool for many use cases. Whether you’re masking the filler cap of a car or creating curved lines in bodywork, it provides no hard paint edges allowing for a consistent and high-quality finish.

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No Edge Blending Tape is a unique solution allowing users to seamlessly blend new paintwork into old. JTAPE’s blending masking tapes are typically foam-based or paper crepe-based and have a rubber-based pressure-sensitive adhesive.


This type of tape is ideal for body In particular, blending tape can help you to repair a small part of the car, otherwise known as spot or smart repairs. This saves money on materials, as well as time.



Start by peeling the film from the adhesive and begin applying your blending tape to the surface you want to blend on. For example, when applying the tape on a car panel, you start at one edge and begin using pressure on the adhesive as you go. Blending tape is typically the last to be applied, down a straight or curved swage line. This is what will create a seamless blend on your paint job.


If possible, it’s best to remove the blending tape when the clear coat is still wet. This can be done by simply pulling from one end of the tape and carefully removing it at an angle. Using this method should leave you with no adhesive residue on the surface underneath.

Our blending tapes can be used on a wide variety of materials and surfaces. However, this tape is mainly suited for use on all car body materials.

Blending tape can be heat resistant up to 160C/320F, making it perfect for use with low to high-bake ovens and infra-red drying systems.

One of the main differences users will find is that while our No Edge Blending Tape helps create a perfect feathered edge suited to achieving a seamless finish between old and new paintwork, our Flexi No Edge Blending Tape provides an excellent solution for working with curves quickly and efficiently. The difference in flexibility offers our users the best choices depending on the type of finish they need.


To find out more about the differences, check out our side-by-side comparison