|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|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
ScotchBlue Painter's Tape, Multi-Use, 1.88-Inch by 60-Yard, 1 Roll
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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.
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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 20 years. This tape is a consumer favorite because it delivers sharp paint lines and removes cleanly without surface damage. Using the right tape will save you time, hassle and money.
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I have used the tape on walls, wood trim, metal window frames, carpet, etc. and the tape has performed incredibly well every time, standing up to plenty of traffic and wear during the course of projects. I made the mistake at one point of opting to use the marginally less expensive in-house Home Depot painter's tape and could not have regretted it more. You could tell immediately the tape had far less stickiness to it and it basically kept coming off the walls and floor through almost the entire project! I have been loyal to ScotchBlue ever since!!
This tape is also great for random other uses like tagging objects/surfaces around the home without fear of causing damage. Also great for bundling random tools/parts for storage and easily tearing off when needed.
I thought I ordered automotive tape because that's what I typed into the search engine. One click led to another and apparently I bought painter's tape, whoops! But is there even a difference?
This roll was used for taping off rubber and vinyl trim on my car for compounding and polishing. It is labeled painter's tape, and I noticed that if the tape was left on for a couple hours, specifically on the clearcoating of my car's paint, it left a very fine line of adhesive. This was easily buffed out with a microfiber cloth and even then I was using a polishing compound anyway, so it was gone quick. Just thought I would note that.
This is some wide tape! Close to 2" wide tape is giant for exterior car trim!
To install on a 3D printer bed is pretty simple:
You just try to cover the bed completely with one perfectly sized layer, sticky side down. It's not the stickiness of the tape that makes prints adhere to the print bed- It's the porous nature of the outside of the tape that does it.
After using this I can honestly say I'm never going to use a different product for bed adhesion again. This stuff just works perfectly and there is no mess at all. I can even reuse the same tape over and over until it rips. As an added bonus, this tape is wide enough that it only takes 3 strips or so to completely cover my print bed.
I recently painted a cabinet in my house and used this to cover up some areas I didn't want paint on. It worked perfectly!