If you are looking for the ultimate masking tape - look no further than this!
It is not the cheapest, but it is by far the best masking tap I have used. I use this on ALL my body shell paint jobs now, it is simply the best quality masking tape available for spray painting. It is sticky, but you can reposition it. It doesn't leave any reside what-so-ever to mess up your paint job. On-top of that, as long as you really make sure it is stuck down perfectly flat before you spray, you will never get any bleeds (where the paint seeps under the tape).
I like to spray a very thin, light coat of paint first and leave that to dry for about an hour. This helps seal the masking tape without it getting too wet and having too much paint over it. Then go over with 4-5 think light coats and you will..
For those hard to stick places such as the head lights and tail lights of body shells.
I used them without fail. Especially with those bodies with no masking for the light areas.
Or for those creative enough can used these for masking creativity.
Again with Tamiya masking tape, expect that it sticks and no residue of the tape is left.