|Compatible Material||Wood, Glass|
|Item Weight||9.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6 x 2 x 6 inches|
|Item model number||T9372090|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Cutting Diameter||4.75 Inches|
|Included Components||ScotchBlue Painter's Tape, Multi-Use, 1.88-Inch by 60-Yard, 1 Roll|
|Assembled Diameter||4.75 Inches|
ScotchBlue Original Multi-Surface Painter’s Tape, 1.88 inches x 60 yards, 2090, 1 Roll
|Brand||Scotch Painter's Tape|
|Number of Items||1|
About this item
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- Made in USA and Imported
- Designed for use on multiple surfaces such as smooth or lightly textured walls, trim, baseboards, tile and glass
- 14-day clean removal leaves behind no damage or sticky residue
- Medium adhesive
- UV and sunlight resistant
- Size: 1.88 in. x 60 yd.
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|2090 Original||2093 Sharp Lines||2098 Ultra Sharp Lines||2080 Delicate Surfaces||2097 Exterior Surfaces||2060 Rough Surfaces|
|Adhesion Level||Medium||Medium||Medium||Medium||High||Very High|
|Walls & Ceilings||Lightly Textured Drywall (painted over 7 days ago), Plaster Walls||Lightly Textured Drywall (painted over 7 days ago), Plaster Walls||Lightly Textured Drywall (painted over 7 days ago), Plaster Walls||Lightly Textured Drywall (painted 1-7 days ago), Wallcoverings & Wallpaper|
|Baseboards & Door Trim||Wood Trim/Baseboards, Aluminum, Metal||Wood Trim/Baseboards, Aluminum, Metal||Wood Trim/Baseboards, Aluminum, Metal|
|Floor||Unfinished Hardwood, Marble, Slate||Marble, Slate||Marble, Slate||Finished or Engineered Hardwood||Unfinished Hardwood, Brick, stone, Grout, Concrete, Cement|
|Other Interior Surfaces||Countertops, Tile, Caulk, Window Glass, Hardware, Plastic||Countertops, Tile, Caulk, Window Glass, Hardware||Countertops, Tile, Caulk, Window Glass, Hardware||Cabinets, Veneers||Brick Wall or Fireplace, Lacquer Coatings|
|Exterior Surfaces||Hardware, Window Glass, Trim (metal, wood) Siding (wood, non-rough clapboard)||Window Glass||Hardware, Window Glass, Trim (metal, wood, vinyl), Siding (wood, non-rough clapboard, vinyl)||Brick, Stone, Grout, Concrete, Cement, Trim (metal, wood), Siding (wood, non-rough clapboard)|
Surface Prep & Tape Application
The surface should be clean, dry and dust-free so the tape sticks properly.
Lay tape onto the surface, pressing down as you go. Don’t stretch the tape, or it may lift or break.
Press tape down firmly with a smooth edge, like a putty knife or credit card.
Let Tape Set
Wait about 30 to 60 minutes before you begin painting.
Proper Tape Removal
Wait until the paint is dry to the touch before removing the tape. Check the paint can for the manufacturer's dry times.
Use a putty knife or razor blade to score along the edge of the tape. This prevents paint from being pulled up with the tape and from cracking along the paint line.
Taking your time, lift up the painter’s tape and pull it back on itself, removing at a 45 degree angle. If adhesive sticks to the surface, try a 90-degree angle.
You’ll get a sharp, clean line and a professional looking paint job!
ScotchBlue Original Painter’s Tape is the tape that DIY painter’s and pros have loved for more than 30 years. Whether you’re protecting your wood trim, painted walls, tile floor, or glass windows, this versatile multi surface tape can stay on surfaces for up to 14 days and then removes easily without leaving any sticky residue behind. Help protect your surfaces while bringing your creative vision to life with the help of ScotchBlue Original Painter's Tape.
From the Manufacturer
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.
Wait until the paint is dry to the touch before removing the tape
Reviewed in the United States on November 9, 2019
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Reviewed in the United States on December 2, 2018
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.
Here are 3 other tips for using this tape:
1. Put a strip on the wall folded into a makeshift dust-catch below where you are drilling to catch all the drywall dust that falls out as you drill
2. Put some on the drill bit to tell you when to stop drilling (indicating desired depth when the tape on the bit meets the wall)
3. If you have only a single coat of flat paint on your wall, stick the tape to your shirt or pants first to eliminate some of its grab. That wasn't a problem with this tape, however, I just wanted to mention it as a general tip for working with painter's tape.
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!
The formula must have changed. This batch adheres to surfaces really well. But, obviously too well as removing it pulls the paint off Sheetrock, whether it be flat or satin finish. In each case, the paint being pulled off the walls has been on the wall for 14 years (flat) and 11 years (satin).
I now have 2 bedrooms and a bathroom to repaint. I’m NOT happy!
That said I've also used this tape for the usual purpose and it works great, no bleed by if you apply it right, comes off as it should without ripping, again, if you use the right technique.
Good stuff, I plan on keeping a few rolls around for whatever purpose I concoct for it lol