Model # 2090-18N

Internet #100032184

3M ScotchBlue 0.70 in. x 60 yds. Original Multi-Use Painter's Tape
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3M

ScotchBlue 0.70 in. x 60 yds. Original Multi-Use Painter's Tape

$318 /each

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ScotchBlue Original Multi-Surface 2090 Painter's Tape delivers sharp paint lines. This tape removes cleanly for up to 14 days without surface or paint damage, even when exposed to direct sunlight. ScotchBlue Original Multi-Surface Painter's Tape has a medium adhesion level and is ideal for painted walls‎ , metal‎ , curved or uneven surfaces‎ , wood‎ , trim, and glass‎. This painter’s tape is easily applied and can be used indoors or outdoors. Great for DIY projects or for professional use.

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what is the shelf life of scotch blue tape

Asked by: Anonymous
When the tape gets old it is hard to peel from the roll. Warming it in a microwave oven for 20 seconds softens the adhesive so it can be used.
Answered by: 9huskies
Date published: 2016-11-18

how soon after painting does the tape have to be removed?

I finished painting my living room ceiling, waited about 20 minutes and attempted to remove the tape. most of it came off, but have to back with razor blade to get the rest off of the hardwood trim . Also, can i leave it on after priming , wait for primer paint to dry, finish paint the room and then remove the tape?
Asked by: Anonymous
You should remove the tape prior to paint completely drying to avoid pulling paint from area. remove tape while paint is tacky for best results. Pull tape towards the painted area and not away.
Answered by: donn
Date published: 2017-07-09

How do I remove the residue adhesive after only 24 hours on an uncoated stone tile?

The tile in the picture has been washed with detergent and scrubbed with mineral spirits. If the tiles were still outside, I could wet diamond polish. They are inside now where the water spray would do damage. The tape was 1 inch Scotch-Blue used to assist aligning the tiles.
Asked by: Anonymous
I was able to remove residue adhesive using a fine grade steel wool. Try it on an inspicuous area first to make sure it does not mar the stone surface.
Answered by: LarryL
Date published: 2015-09-20

can this product be used on newly painted walls without damage to the paint?

Asked by: Anonymous
probably
Answered by: TheHobbit
Date published: 2017-04-27
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ScotchBlue 0.70 in. x 60 yds. Original Multi-Use Painter's Tape is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 1119.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from blue tape on my mind some people prefer their whisky and others abide by wine for me it's good old blue tape the kind painters use is fine you can apply it to all places, it's a quick fix for any job blue tape peels off so cleanly important because i'm no slob I use it to hold close curtains if I'm traveling and in hotels And once I wrapped it like stitches when I was cut in a cheap motel. Sure there's a need for duct and duck as brands for a stronger bind But I'll always bring my blue tape 'cause I've got blue tape on my mind @james richard johnson from Peoms by Rushing Water. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2017-06-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Worked well and leaned lessons. Using this tape on interior painting projects for a couple of room paintings i have learned that overall this is a great product but has to be applied properly to prevent peeling of tape away from surfaces and allowing paint to get underneath or totally past the tape. Peeling the tape can be an issue also once the job is done but is more of a nuisance than a major issue. Overall the tape performed excellent but make sure you take your time when prepping the surface you are going to be attaching the tape to and you will have clear "sailing" with your next painting project. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2017-06-29
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I chose the widest tape because I wanted to be... I chose the widest tape because I wanted to be sure the roller would not contact to ceiling, which I wanted to remain white. The width was perfect for that purpose. Unfortunately the tape did not adhere well to the popcorn ceiling, and kept pulling away. I suspect this was due in part to the extra weight of the tape compared to narrower selections. It took me an hour to tape the ceiling of one bedroom because of the need to press, and re-press the tape to the ceiling, and replace many sections of tape that pulled away because the popcorn bits would fall off with the tape, rendering the existing length of tape useless. Better to go with a narrower tape, and be more careful at the edges.
Date published: 2017-06-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worked Great! I was a little concerned because we wanted to repay with a metallic gold paint a pole lamp in our living room, and also a vanity table and chair in the bedroom. We were worried about the paint getting where it shouldn't be, particularly with the vanity table. Well, we needn't have worried, because ScotchBlue Painter's Tape worked great! It was easy to apply, and even more important, very easy to take off, and best of all, it kept the spray paint from getting on the attached lamps and the top and drawers. A very nice job was accomplished! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2017-06-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good overall for smooth to minimally rough surfaces. It did not hold well on new drywall texture... Good overall for smooth to minimally rough surfaces. It did not hold well on new drywall texture. Paint lines come out fairly clean. Expect some minimal paint leakage if taping over uneven surfaces. Little trick is to apply a super thin (almost invisible) coat of paintable caulk along the tape line. Allow the caulk to briefly dry, then paint right over that tape edge. As soon your final paint coat is dry, remove the tape with a slow and steady pull. The thin layer of caulk will "seal" the tape edge for a sharper paint line.
Date published: 2017-02-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I always have mixed emotions on blue tape. It is better than regular tan masking tape, but it is ... I always have mixed emotions on blue tape. It is better than regular tan masking tape, but it is not a miracle product. It is still best to be applied as close to the start of the paint or caulk-line job and also removed as quickly too. I opt for the wide when possible as it cuts down on the clean-up from errant material. The wider tape also has more integrity than the narrow version when pulling at a 30 degree angle to remove. The few extra cents for the wide version is worth it.
Date published: 2017-05-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I have tried a variety of brands of painter’s tape (including the Frog brand) and this works as w... I have tried a variety of brands of painter’s tape (including the Frog brand) and this works as well as any other name brand. I was recently painting some trim using white trim/door paint and needed to protect the floor and used this tape. As with any good tape, it isn’t perfect but it for the most part protected the area I needed to protect. There were a few small spots that I had to clean up but I am not so sure that if that is my application error or the tape. I didn’t have any major bleeding though with those spots though but I will say I have not found any brand of tape that works 100 percent like they claim. The tape applies fairly easily without tearing or breaking unless you want to do so. It also comes up after being down a couple days. I really can’t tell much difference between this advanced tape than the regular Scotchblue tape.
Date published: 2017-03-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This CANNOT be used on what 3M calls "uncured paint." There is no caveat regarding not using this... This CANNOT be used on what 3M calls "uncured paint." There is no caveat regarding not using this product on freshly painted wall, 3 days dry for me. Ripped paint right off the wall. When I called they said this can be used on paint that has cured for 60 days or more. That instead of using this tape I should go to an actual paint store to purchase their "pro" tape that adheres like post it note. No warning. Now have to repaint. NO GOOD!
Date published: 2017-06-15
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