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ScotchBlue Painter's Tape Original Multi-Surface 2090 is the No.1 selling Painter's tape in the U.S. for a reason - it's the original blue tape that DIY Painter's and pros have loved for more than 25 years. It delivers sharp paint lines and can be used on a variety of surfaces, such as walls, trim, glass and metal. It removes cleanly for up to 14 days and does not cause surface damage, even when exposed to direct sunlight.
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).|
This worked really well for me when I was painting my living room. I find that I don't really need to spend the extra money on Frog tap (which I have used in the past) This works... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Kelly Rogers
Wonder how much 'Stoney' got paid for that long 'brochure' he wrote...or maybe he was just stoned. I got sucked in by it, and I hope I never trust reviews like this again. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Sagesmoke