Rated 4.3 out of 5Â by 458
Rated 3 out of 5Â by davidd Disappointed it took paper layer right off new DW
Keep paint out....but took new dry wall paper off as well...created a little more repair work after original painting.
November 24, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5Â by dazz High Price: Mediocre Performance
I thought scotch tape was the best. Opened a new roll to mask baseboard and it either won't stick or comes up after it is pressed down. Prety poor performance for 7 dollars a roll. I don't recommend it
November 18, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Heidi711 Multiple uses for painter's tape
ScotchBlue painter's tape is my only choice for all of my protective household detailing projects. Of course I use it to cover all of my trim when painting. Last year I used multiple one inch sections to outline a giant heart shape on our bedroom wall and then stamped smaller hearts inside of it. (I have photos.) I use it to hold down glued sections of wall paper that need to be glued again. I have also used it to cover our new granite counter top so I wouldn't scratch it when I added grout to the back splash. Most recently I used this tape to protect the wood around all of my tarnished brass hinges as I refinshed them. I also have a very exciting idea for your company but I will only reveal it to your CEO.
July 31, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5Â by Magna Worst product
I am highly disappointed with the quality of the tape. This is was my first time painting project and I decided to paint half the walls of my entire 1200 sq.ft condo. Being risk adverse, I made sure to splurge on what I thought would be quality tape and purchased a few rolls of the ScotchBlueâ¢ Painter's Tape Multi-Surface with Advanced Edge-Lockâ¢ Paint Line Protector 2093EL. I read and followed the instructions to test on a spot first; I placed a piece of tape on the wall and after a few hours I removed the tape which came off perfectly fine. As a result I proceeded to tape all necessary walls and baseboards. I was absolutely horrified when I went to proudly remove the tape from such a large painting project and revealed chunks of paint and drywall torn off the walls. The tape was supposed to protect the walls I wasnât painting but instead created a nightmare as I now have to sand the chunky drywall and somehow find a decent color match (previous owners chose color and didnât leave a can to color match).
To make things even worse, the tape was extremely difficult to take off in certain areas and came off in tiny little bits further increasing the time of this painting project.
Painters beware â this product is terrible.
June 30, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5Â by NoLabelforme Will not stick
Tape kept coming loose from painted drywall, almost no adhesion.
November 28, 2014