|Item Weight||9.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6 x 2 x 6 inches|
|Item model number||2050-2A|
|Size||1.88-Inch x 60.1-Yard|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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3M 2050 Scotch Masking Tape for General Painting, 1.88-Inch x 60.1-Yard, 1-Pack
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- For general use painting projects such as: window, door and wall trim, cabinets, carpet, vinyl flooring
- Adhesion Level: medium-high
- Removal Time: 3 days
- Coating being applied: water-based, solvent based.
- Interior or exterior
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Anyhow, main reason for getting this was to make a seal around the windows to prevent as much light/air seepage (I don't use that word often enough.. looks funny) as possible. Unfortunately, given the nature of physics, whenever the door is used, a vacuum effect is created, pulling air from any place it can in the room, ie. the windows I've covered in tinfoil. the tape holds fairly well, and reseals easily enough, but will pull loose every couple of days.
Mind you, this is masking tape, priority number one was that I not damage the paint and wind up having to repaint my room. To this end, it has been wonderful, and given the task at hand, it has also performed quite well at keeping the seal tight even through repeatedly patting it down to reseal. I doubt you will find a masking tape that is safe on paint but withstand that kind of abuse.
Other than this, the tape itself feels rather thin, It was easy to cut with an xacto knife (I hate their spelling.. It should be exacto really, but that's not the point of this review) and it doesn't leave any terrible gunk (Thus far I've not run into a masking tape that does, but it would terribly defeat the purpose if it did.
Anyhow, good product, what more can you ask of a masking tape really?
Most Recent Customer Reviews
So masky. It didn't make French fries very well at all. But the watercolor paper I use it on is a great fit.Published 29 days ago by Johnny Weatherbie
Just what I needed to finish a couple of projects.
It holds up well and is sticky enough but not so sticky that it's hard to work with. I like it.
So far, so good! Works suspiciously like masking tape. Oh, wait! It IS masking tape! :D I'm using it for wrapping structures as bases for paper mache. Read morePublished 4 months ago by BestDayofMyLife