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A: Yes. The secret is firm, dry surface application. I've use this tape on various types of wood and concrete with good success. I make sure the surface is clean and free of loose debris. In colder temps, I use a heat gun on low (a hairdryer will work) while applying moderate pressure to ensue a good seal. Numerous times I have used this tape to temporarily weather seal doors, windows (from the outside), even exterior weather damaged wood throughout several months of wet and dry conditions with temperatures ranging from 45 degrees Fahrenheit to 105 degrees Fahrenheit without fail or a problem with removal.
A: Unfortunately we do not recommend that application, this product is designed to be used for painting exterior surfaces and then being removed. It has not been tested with your application. If you have any further questions please reach us at 1-800-494-3552 Mo-Fri 8am-4:30pm CT and reference your case number 25122089.
A: Hello. Due to the technical nature of your question, please contact our team directly at 1-800-494-3552 M-F 8am-5pm CT so we can gather more information to better assist you. Thank you.
A: Yes, especially enamel paint, that is the worst to try to adhere to.
A: Probably, because I think its stickier. Oh, it's bright yellow and easy to see as well.
A: Hi Kim, I would NOT recommend using this on freshly painted walls of any type. The Scotch delicate surface tape would be better suited for your purpose.
A: 3M Scotch tape products are EXCELLENT. Humidity and circulating air always determine the adhesion of tape. The 3M brand doesn't pull up paint. applies easy, little pressure, smooth edge, removes easy.
A: This tape should not be used on freshly painted walls, as the wet paint will Adhere to the sticky part of the tape. If the paint is completely dry, any painters tape should be able to stick to it.
A: Hello Kim, I'm not clear on what "other painter's tape" you've tried but this an exterior tape that has strong adhesion with easy removal. I personally would not use it on freshly painted interior nor exterior surfaces. I'd advise asking the department pro (or local paint shop) what interior painter's tape they recommend other than the ones you've tried. It may just be an application issue. If you have no other choice, first test it on a small, inconspicuous spot.
A: I wouldn’t recommend it. Despite being exterior rated, I found the holding power less than interior and it wouldn’t hold a line well either. Ask someone in the paint department for a recommendation on the best tape for your job.
A: It is blue.
A: Hello - Thank you for asking. This tape is blue.
A: This tape is blue with black text on it. I have used all my tape so cannot attach a picture.