|Core Diameter (in.)||3||Tape Length (yds.)||60|
|Tape Width (in.)||1.41||Thickness (mm)||4.5|
|Adhesion level||Medium||Color Family||Blue|
|Color/Finish||Blue||Features||Removes Cleanly from Most Surfaces, UV Resistant|
|Included||No Additional Items Included||Kit||No|
|Number of Rolls Included||3||Pack Size||3|
|Paint Tool Product Type||Painter's Tape||Recommended Surfaces||Glass, Painted wood|
A: Hello - Thank you for asking. Wait until the paint is dry to the touch before removing the tape; lift the tape up by slowly pulling it back on itself, then remove it at a 45-degree angle. If you have any additional questions or concerns, please connect with our team directly at 1-800-494-3552 Mo-Fri 8am-4:30pm CT.
A: Hello! Thank you for asking! For taping off textured surfaces we have a few suggestions and techniques. Please check out our web page: https://www.scotchblue.com/3M/en_US/scotchblue/tape-textured-surfaces/
A: I feel you would have to be very careful so the paint doe not seep behind the tape. A textured surface could be a problem with any paint tape.
A: I used it on concrete and it didn't stick well. I can't answer about Frog Tape, but I'd try it on concrete instead next time!
A: It's not good for textured. The paint will work it's way under the tape. I tried frog tape on my textured walls also and got the same results, it just costs more. I used caulking on the line I wanted straight. When the caulking dried I taped over it with blue tape and got my straight line.
A: It depends on the texture. I have used it on sand textures and it worked but any texture over that you should text a section. I use an old gift card to run down the tape to seal the edges. I find very little difference between this an frog tape. This is a little cheaper than frog tape.
A: You don’t need to do anything that’s why you are using this tape. It presents this problem
A: Hello, thank you for taking the time to reach out. We would appreciate the opportunity to discuss this with you and gather further details. Please connect with our team at 1-800-362-3550 Mon-Fri 8am-5pm CT. Thanks again, and we look forward to your call.
A: When removing tape pull at an angle away from the painted surface and you should get a clean line. Also remove tape soon after the paint has dried to touch. Hope this helps and good luck.
A: Let the fresh paint cure for several days to minimize lifting. It will not pull off if the paint has good adhesion, meaning the surface was properly prepared (scraped, sanded and cleaned) before using the tape.
A: This painter's tape will not damage and remove paint from an already dry painted surface.