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Paint like a pro with ScotchBlue Original Multi-Surface painter's tape. Suitable for indoor or outdoor painting projects, this tape yields precise paint lines and can be used on a variety of surfaces, including walls, glass, metal, and window and door trim. The tape is UV-resistant and does not cause surface damage, even when exposed to direct sunlight. This 60-yard roll of tape comes in different widths.
Apply ScotchBlue tape to chair rails and other surfaces to achieve professional-looking paint jobs (click each to enlarge).
UV- and Sunlight-Resistant
Like all ScotchBlue products, ScotchBlue Original Multi-Surface painter's tape is UV-resistant to prevent tape breakdown and can be used in direct sunlight.
Available in Different Widths
Made in the United States, this 60-yard roll of tape is available in several widths, including 3/4-inch, 1-inch, 1-1/2-inch, and 2-inch. ScotchBlue's recognizable logo and colors make the tape easy to find in a drawer or tool box.
What's in the Box
One roll of ScotchBlue Original Multi-Surface painter's tape.
|Unlike other tapes, ScotchBlue pulls cleanly away from a variety of surfaces without leaving residue (click each to enlarge).|
It's not white as appears, it's blue. I didn't read the details fully. Works perfectly though.Published 5 hours ago by G. Pecora
I am a general contractor, they try to use his tape on projects compared to a competitive tape it would not stick to glass very well or to anyone.Published 1 day ago by Gene Higgins
This is just your average painters tape nothing bad and nothing great. I have very few spots that slightly bleed through and I'm such a small amount no guest would notice. Read morePublished 6 days ago by paul c ripple
It's blue tape. It's great for painting. When you're using it between colors such as covering the ceiling edges and painting the walls, I suggest running a utility knife down the... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Caitlin B. Kelley