|Item Weight||9.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6 x 2 x 6 inches|
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|Item model number||2090-48E|
|Size||1.88-Inch x 60-Yard|
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ScotchBlue Painter's Tape Original Multi-Surface 2090 is the #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 can be used on a variety of surfaces. It removes cleanly for up to 14 days, 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).
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.
|Unlike other tapes, ScotchBlue pulls cleanly away from a variety of surfaces without leaving residue (click each to enlarge).|
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As fas as use for painting, I am also very happy as it does not strip painting, it does not leave a residue behind, and it does not damage more delicate clearcoat finishes.
So my usage is a little different than it's stated purpose, but I think it is good stuff nonetheless.
I would have to caution that this tape does not give extremely sharp lines, there is minimal bleed through and some non sharp lines upon removal. This is not an issue for most general paint jobs, but if you're going for some type of graphic design on walls by using painters tape, you will be better off looking for the more specialized tape that are designed more specifically for that application
I did lines in my daughter's room and they came out SOOO messed up that I was pretty disheartened.
* Test a small area before using. I've had this tape strip the paint off previously painted surfaces.
* For best result, remove this painter's tape as soon as the paint is reasonably dry.
* Always remove the tape by pulling it out and away of the painted surface.
* This painter's tape provides the best results when applied to SMOOTH surfaces.
NOTE ON PAINTING WALLS WITH BASEBOARDS
This painters tape works very well when painting walls with baseboards IF the baseboards are snug against the wall. It is not suitable to use this painters tape on baseboards that are NOT snug against the wall due to wavy walls or because the wall is moderately textured. In these cases, paint tends to collect between the taped baseboard and the wall leaving unsightly blobs of paint. It is best to use a paint edger in these situations.
While this painter's tape works well for many painting projects; it isn't suitable for ALL projects. It is best used on smooth surfaces. Like any tool, know its intended use and its limitations.
I paid $6.85 per roll from Amazon on May 25, 2014.
The tape leaves a horrible residue when you peel it up, and it tears into separate "plies" when you try to peel it up also. It does not leave a refined edge when cutting with an x-acto knife. Terrible.
Going the cheap route is no reason to put yourself through all this frustration and wasted time picking off tiny pieces of tape which do not peel off initially. I guess I was pampered too much by using Frog Tape for the longest time. I will only use that brand from now on. The two don't even compare. Save yourself the frustration. This stuff is complete garbage.
Momofuku Milk Bar cookbook says to use this to label all your stuff in the kitchen and I totally agree. Label squeeze bottles with whatever oil/ sauce you're putting in as well as tupperware with the food and expiration date. If you're like me, it's hard throwing food out of the fridge if you think it's still edible but sometimes you forget when you put it in there and you don't want to throw it out just in case it could still be good. Make life easier by just labeling everything. Also if you have roommates and you don't want to share food, just put your name on it!