Model # 2090-48N

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3M ScotchBlue 1.88 in. x 60 yds. Original Multi-Use Painter's Tape
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3M

ScotchBlue 1.88 in. x 60 yds. Original Multi-Use Painter's Tape

$6.91 /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. It 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.

  • Ideal for: painted walls‎, metal‎, curved or uneven surfaces‎, wood‎, trim and glass‎
  • Medium adhesion level
  • 14-day clean removal with no sticky residue
  • Delivers sharp paint lines
  • Can be used indoors or outdoors
  • UV and sunlight resistant
  • Includes 1 roll of ScotchBlue original multi-surface painter's tape
  • Does not cause surface damage, even when exposed to direct sunlight
  • Applies quickly and easily
  • Great for DIY or professional paint projects
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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: 2015-11-06

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

is this masking tape white

putting around window air conditioner, is this tape white
Asked by: Donnie
This tape is BLUE.
Answered by: KAEL
Date published: 2015-09-20
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ScotchBlue 1.88 in. x 60 yds. Original Multi-Use Painter's Tape is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 900.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from New use for Scotchblue Painters Tape I recently found a new use for Scotchblue Painters Tape. My passenger side car door was crumpled in a car accident, and the body shop couldn't take my car in for a couple of weeks. With rain threatening, I had to seal the large gaps between the warped car door and car body so water wouldn't leak into the car interior. Was going to use duct tape but hated the idea of duct tape glue on the car paint. I tried taping the seams of the car door/car body with Scotchblue tape, and it worked great! Tape held firmly, protected against rain, and pulled off easily at the body shop with no damage to car paint.
Date published: 2016-09-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This Scotch blue tape works good for interior house masking and painting. Coming from the automot... This Scotch blue tape works good for interior house masking and painting. Coming from the automotive paint industry I have been spoiled using the top of the line green 3m tape which I would prefer to use any day but it's much more expensive, about twice the price of this Scotch Blue tape, so it's not a very plausible option for masking the inside of a house. This scotch blue works great masking off before using latex paint and is your best option for painting around the house I think and it's what I always use for interior house masking and it's always worked good for me.
Date published: 2016-10-25
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not bad for the price I bought this tape when I ran out of Frog Tape while doing a small home painting job. I bought it because it was quit a bit less expensive than the Frog Tape. When I pulled the 2 different tapes I could tell a real difference. The Scotch-blue tape didn't come off nearly as cleanly as the other tape and the paint had bleed under more. So for the price it was good but I would pay the extra next time to get better results.
Date published: 2016-10-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Took off the underlying paint from the items . I bought this to use on three projects. 1. bottom of an old metal shower 2. top of an old water tank in the kitchen 3. outside on old asphalt siding. So far I've removed the tape on two projects, the water tank and asphalt siding. The tape pulled the paint off the the water tank and asphalt siding where it was placed to create a safe line. Haven't tried the shower yet. I am MOST DISCOURAGED by this project. I have used blue painters' tape for decades, probably not Scotch. The hardware store had nothing to say. Now I start over again on the projects, and NOT with Scotch.
Date published: 2016-09-18
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 used this to mask off a prop for a Christmas Play that was getting painted multiple colors. Thi... I used this to mask off a prop for a Christmas Play that was getting painted multiple colors. This tape did a fair job of keeping the underlying base (white) paint protected from the other color. When I peeled it off, there were a few spots where the red had bled into the white section but this is probably more attributable to the wood grain siphoning the paint under the tape. If I had a perfectly smooth surface, this probably wouldn’t have been as noticeable. Also, this did pull off some of the base coat even though it had been cured for several days. Again, attribute some of this up to wood grain and some of it up to poor paint quality of the base coat and maybe some of it to the tape itself. Overall, I prefer this tape over the yellow masking tape as it seems to do a little better. The drawback is that this better performance is at a premium in price.
Date published: 2016-11-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by from awful results I used scotchblue to tape decorative beams on my ceiling. The beams were dark mahogany, I used Behr Ultra pure white ceiling paint. The white paint bled under the tape and onto my dark beams. It took me an hour to apply the tape and 5 hours to scrape the paint off the beams. I will try another product next time. The few dollars I saved from using the scotchblue tape wasn't worth all the trouble.
Date published: 2016-10-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is the best for tapping a line for painting,... This is the best for tapping a line for painting, because it will release without leaving any residue from the adhesive. I paint sailboats and I used your new blue tape for tapping off and i had to use acetonr to remove residue, which in turn ruined the line on a otherwise perfect paint job. I wont
Date published: 2017-01-17
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