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ScotchBlue Painter's Tape, Multi-Use, .94-Inch by 60-Yard

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.94-Inch by 60-Yard
  • Painter?s tape adheres for 14 days and still removes cleanly, even on surfaces exposed to direct sunlight.
  • For semi-smooth to semi-rough woodwork, glass and metal surfaces.
  • Includes one roll of duct tape.
  • Delivers sharp paint lines
  • Removes cleanly with no residue
  • Applies quickly and easily
  • Does not cause surface damage
  • Easy to use - comes off the roll easily
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Product Information

Size Name: .94-Inch by 60-Yard
Technical Details
Part Number 2090-24E
Item Weight4 ounces
Product Dimensions4.8 x 1 x 4.8 inches
OriginUSA
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Item model number2090-24E
Size.94-Inch by 60-Yard
ColorBlue
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Included?No
Batteries Required?No
  
Additional Information
ASINB00004Z4CP
Best Sellers Rank #122 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJune 6, 2007
  
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Product Description

Size Name: .94-Inch by 60-Yard

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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.

At a Glance
2090 Painter's Tape
At a Glance:

  • Well suited for a variety of surfaces, indoors or outdoors

  • Removes cleanly for up to 14 days without leaving residue

  • UV- and sunlight-resistant

  • 60 yards of tape; available in different widths
At a Glance

2090 Painter's Tape
2090 Painter's Tape
Apply ScotchBlue tape to chair rails and other surfaces to achieve professional-looking paint jobs (click each to enlarge).
Great for a Variety of Surfaces
Suitable for indoor or outdoor painting, ScotchBlue Original Multi-Surface painter's tape delivers sharp paint lines and can be used on a variety of textured surfaces, including woodwork, glass, metal surfaces, painted walls and trim, and curved and uneven surfaces. The tape offers medium adhesion and can be removed cleanly up to 14 days after it's applied without leaving residue. On the market for more than 25 years, this is the No. 1 selling painter's tape in the United States, according to the manufacturer.

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.

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Unlike other tapes, ScotchBlue pulls cleanly away from a variety of surfaces without leaving residue (click each to enlarge).

Product Description

Painter’s tape adheres for 14 days and still removes cleanly, even on surfaces exposed to direct sunlight. For semi-smooth to semi-rough woodwork, glass and metal surfaces.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Sticks easy, comes off clean without leaving any residues.
Amazon Customer
If you've only ever used the beige masking tape, be prepared for a treat - this stuff really works.
Chaya
Worth every penny, won't buy any other brand if I can at all help it.
Michael Bishop

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

61 of 65 people found the following review helpful By Stoney TOP 500 REVIEWER on July 24, 2011
Size Name: 1.88-Inch by 60-Yard
IN GENERAL
Blue painters tape will securely adhere to most surfaces. Under ordinary conditions it will NOT spontaneously loosen or peel up. It will NOT get brittle or gummy. But it can be peeled-off when you want without leaving tape or glue on the surface or staining the surface.

Although blue tape is stable for years under ordinary conditions, all uses should be considered temporary, and other solutions should be sought for long-term applications. Since blue tape is for temporary solutions, I suggest some corresponding more long-term alternatives.

A FEW UNUSUAL USES
1) Blue painters tape actually makes more comfortable "BANDAIDS" than the commercial products, especially for fingers. Use a 2"-3" length of blue tape. Any tissue or napkin can be folded and cut into a square of the appropriate size to use as the pad. "Light-days" feminine pads are even better, one can be cut into dozens of small pads. Stick the pad to the tape, apply antibacterial cream, and apply to the injury. For the tip of a finger, apply the tape bandaid "the long way", and then another length of tape around your finger.
2) Blue painters tape (applied with the ends folded over to make tabs) can be used to make GIFTS "easy-open" for the handicapped, e.g., folks with poor eyesight, use of only one hand, or severe arthritis. Older folks particular miss the joy of unwrapping gifts.
3) Blue painters tape is great for labeling FOOD STORAGE containers, even to be frozen. When you have used the contents, the label easily peels of. "Freezer tape" is essentially the same product, except white, smoother, and more water-proof.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Lady Potter on August 8, 2007
Size Name: 1.88-Inch by 60-Yard
This will indeed ruin drywall and pull off paint, particularly if the previous paint job was done over dusty drywall. It is great for taping woodwork,however.

3M makes a Safe Release tape for Delicate Surfaces. That is THE One to use on painted drywall surfaces.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By R. Billings on June 5, 2011
Size Name: .70-Inch by 60-Yard Verified Purchase
already taped off lots of small window panes to paint sash and it works really well, You can even lift it back off and straighten it again, sticks well. Would recommend this tape.
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20 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Stoney TOP 500 REVIEWER on July 21, 2011
Size Name: .70-Inch by 60-Yard
IN GENERAL
Blue painters tape will securely adhere to most surfaces. Under ordinary conditions it will NOT spontaneously loosen or peel up. It will NOT get brittle or gummy. But it can be peeled-off when you want without leaving tape or glue on the surface or staining the surface.

Do not use on paper. "Correction Tape" can be used for some similar purposes on paper. Post-it® Labeling and Cover-Up Tape , 1 x 700 Inches, White (658)

Although blue tape is stable for years under ordinary conditions, all uses should be considered temporary, and other solutions should be sought for long-term applications. Since blue tape is for temporary solutions, I suggest some corresponding more long-term alternatives below.

A FEW UNUSUAL USES
1) Blue painters tape actually makes more comfortable "BANDAIDS" than the commercial products, especially for fingers. Use a 2"-3" length of blue tape. Any tissue or napkin can be folded and cut into a square of the appropriate size to use as the pad. "Light-days" feminine pads are even better, one can be cut into dozens of small pads. Stick the pad to the tape, apply antibacterial cream, and apply to the injury. For the tip of a finger, apply the tape bandaid "the long way", and then another length of tape around your finger.
2) Blue painters tape (applied with the ends folded over to make tabs) can be used to make GIFTS "easy-open" for the handicapped, e.g., folks with poor eyesight, use of only one hand, or severe arthritis. Older folks particular miss the joy of unwrapping gifts.
3) Blue painters tape is great for labeling FOOD STORAGE containers, even to be frozen.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Al Golden on September 20, 2012
Size Name: .94-Inch by 60-Yard Verified Purchase
So you're reading a review on tape. That is probably only a little less sad than the fact that I am writing a review on TAPE. However, you will be glad to know that this was not a waste of your time. What can be expected of tape? It can be expected to stick to things. This tape does exactly that. It sticks to stuff. It stuck to walls. It stuck to metal. It stuck to tile. It stuck to the tree in my backyard. It stuck to my dog (on more than one occasion). It stuck to me, my girlfriend, and my niece. BUUUUUT when you dont want it to stick anymore...it comes off. It didnt pull paint, hair, makeup, or anything else off. It just did its job. Now if only the government were more like this tape.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Chaya on February 27, 2010
Size Name: .94-Inch by 60-Yard
If you've only ever used the beige masking tape, be prepared for a treat - this stuff really works. There are two main reasons for bleed-through - first make sure the tape is absolutely flat against the painting surface - any pucker, and you can be sure the paint will leak. Also, don't use a brush or a roller that has just been sitting in water without soaking up the water first. When the paint is thinned that much, you have a better chance of problems.

There are several very good reasons for not removing the tape right away. To me the most important is that if a second coat is needed, you don't have to remask, and you avoid the risk of not masking exactly in the same place. Also clean up is a lot less messy if the paint has already dried - for your hands, for the painting surface, the floor ... you get the idea.

I go through about a roll of tape every week or so (the four-pack from Amazon is really more economical). I've used it for normal wall painting, for masking designs painted on the walls and for working on canvas. Will never go back to the other stuff. Like any other tool - the tape is only as good as the person applying it - you still have to be careful with paint application.
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