CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
3M Scotch 1/8-Inch Artist Curves Tape
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- Professional quality artist tape created specifically for creating smooth curves with hard paint lines
- Removes from most hard surfaces without damage
- It bonds firmly yet removes easily from any hard surface
- Leaving no residue behind
- Measures 1/8-inch by 10-yards
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Top Customer Reviews
I compared this Scotch 1/8" "artist tape", 3M 2080 (blue) 1/8" tape and 3M 2090 (blue) 1/8" tape. The 3M brand is for delicate surface painters masking tape. The picture below will show you my results with the three tapes.
The noticeable difference between these tapes when using them:
Scotch Artist Tape 1/8" - on the roll you can see faint lines but when pulled from the roll they disappear. This tape is plastic and tearing it is not hard but instead of a tear it is like pulling on a thin plastic grocery bag and the adhesive is no longer active where the tape was stretched from trying to "tear" or pull the tape. applying it was easy and the adhesive was a nice tacky strength for watercolor paper. I knew that if it kept the paint from seeping underneath it would be a nice choice (if the price wasn't so high for such a little roll) I paid just over $5 with prime shipping.
3M 2080 (1/8") and 2090 (1/8"), both I paid under $3 with prime shipping. 3m 2070 and 2090 were very similar with only a few noticeable differences. Both blue in color the 2090 was slightly darker and tackier than the 2080. Both were very easy to tear and easy to lay down.Read more ›
Very disappointing! Shame on 3M.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This tape works well on wood surfaces. I paint nesting dolls and use the tape to create designs on small, round surfaces. Read morePublished 1 month ago by CSB
I used this tape to make a calendar grid on a 24x36 whiteboard and it turned out great. It was easy to put on and I had just enough in one roll to do the whole thing.Published 3 months ago by Benjamin Naylor
I love this stuff! I'm a teacher and I use it to block off sections of my blackboard to write on.Published 3 months ago by Sara Chronister
Works reasonably well for defining curves on a flat surface. Much more difficult to work with on a 3 dimensional space or curves.Published 4 months ago by R. Marcus Atihsamy
Pretty good but one must still be able to make a nice curve which is difficult.Published 6 months ago by Nellie H