Internet #313896619

Model # 1001620

0860001793116

Socket Blocker-Outlet Cover for Drywall Texture and Paint (30-Pack)

  • Socket blocker cover for paint and drywall
  • Easy to use, peel, stick and paint
  • Univeral design
Contains 30 rolls  (80 ¢  /roll)
$23.99
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Product Overview

  • Socket blocker cover for paint and drywall
  • Easy to use, peel, stick and paint
  • Univeral design
Protect your outlets, switches, data ports and more from paint and drywall texture by using Socket Blockers. These blockers save time, money and hassle by reducing prep and cleanup time and possible replacement of the outlets/switches. Socket Blockers come in 6 or 30 pack options. 6 packs are great for 1 or 2 bedrooms; consider the 30 pack for larger paint, drywall or remodel projects. If you love painting, but not the prep and cleanup, Socket Blockers are your answer.
  • Save time: socket blockers are faster, easier and will save you time with both prep and clean up
  • Safer: socket blockers allow users to quickly apply over outlets and switches without fear of touching the wiring, using other means of protection can put your fingers very close to the wiring
  • Universal design: patented to protect nearly every single outlet, light switch, data port, stereo hook ups, smart switches and protects against paint, drywall and drywall texture, backsplash thin set, mortar mixes, etc.
  • Contractors and diy: grab a box of socket blockers to have in the toolbox, they are very handy, we appreciate that painters (DIY and professional) are used to doing things a certain way and that is great, with the growing demand on smart devices, switches, etc., that can cost more than $50 a switch, it is just not worth risking protection with tape, you may change how you protect outlets and switches
  • Feel good: made in Oregon from recycled bottles
  • 6 and 30 pack options: 6 packs are great for 1 or 2 bedroom projects, consider the 30 packs for larger projects
  • Peel, stick, paint, easy to use, simply pull the long edge off the foam adhesive and apply to outlet and switch housing once the plate is removed
  • Made and manufactured by a small woman owned business

Product Overview

  • Socket blocker cover for paint and drywall
  • Easy to use, peel, stick and paint
  • Univeral design
Model #: 1001620
Internet #: 313896619

Protect your outlets, switches, data ports and more from paint and drywall texture by using Socket Blockers. These blockers save time, money and hassle by reducing prep and cleanup time and possible replacement of the outlets/switches. Socket Blockers come in 6 or 30 pack options. 6 packs are great for 1 or 2 bedrooms; consider the 30 pack for larger paint, drywall or remodel projects. If you love painting, but not the prep and cleanup, Socket Blockers are your answer.

  • Save time: socket blockers are faster, easier and will save you time with both prep and clean up
  • Safer: socket blockers allow users to quickly apply over outlets and switches without fear of touching the wiring, using other means of protection can put your fingers very close to the wiring
  • Universal design: patented to protect nearly every single outlet, light switch, data port, stereo hook ups, smart switches and protects against paint, drywall and drywall texture, backsplash thin set, mortar mixes, etc.
  • Contractors and diy: grab a box of socket blockers to have in the toolbox, they are very handy, we appreciate that painters (DIY and professional) are used to doing things a certain way and that is great, with the growing demand on smart devices, switches, etc., that can cost more than $50 a switch, it is just not worth risking protection with tape, you may change how you protect outlets and switches
  • Feel good: made in Oregon from recycled bottles
  • 6 and 30 pack options: 6 packs are great for 1 or 2 bedroom projects, consider the 30 packs for larger projects
  • Peel, stick, paint, easy to use, simply pull the long edge off the foam adhesive and apply to outlet and switch housing once the plate is removed
  • Made and manufactured by a small woman owned business

Specifications

Dimensions

Core Diameter (in.)
0
Tape Length (ft.)
0
Tape Width (in.)
0
Thickness (mm)
0

Details

Adhesion level
High
Color Family
Clear
Color/Finish
Clear
Features
Peel Back Design,Transparent
Included
No Additional Items Included
Kit
No
Number of Rolls Included
30
Paint Tool Product Type
Painter's Tape
Recommended Surfaces
Drywall,Metal,Plastic
Returnable
180-Day

Specifications

Dimensions

Core Diameter (in.)
0
Tape Length (ft.)
0
Tape Width (in.)
0
Thickness (mm)
0

Details

Adhesion level
High
Color Family
Clear
Color/Finish
Clear
Features
Peel Back Design,Transparent
Included
No Additional Items Included
Kit
No
Number of Rolls Included
30
Paint Tool Product Type
Painter's Tape
Recommended Surfaces
Drywall,Metal,Plastic
Returnable
180-Day

Questions & Answers

how's this better than just tearing off a strip of wide painter's tape and slapping it on the soc...

how's this better than just tearing off a strip of wide painter's tape and slapping it on the socket. You've got to take the plates off either way so I'm not seeing why this is money well-spent
Asked by: Chris
I like it better because it's faster, secure when I spray texture/paint, or roll into it, and reusable a handful of times. No matter how careful I am with tape, it sometimes flips up if I touch it with the roller. I also don't like sticking my fingers so close to the wires when I use tape. This is better all the way around. I highly recommend!
Answered by: Dawn
Date published: 2020-11-30

Was any thought given to showing a video where wet paint is sprayed into an electrical junction b...

Was any thought given to showing a video where wet paint is sprayed into an electrical junction box? While the product does mask the front of the outlet or switch, allowing atomized paint into an electrical devices, especially a switch or GFCI outlet, might be mistake. In the case of a GFCI, it could easily put the device in fault by causing a path for current to ground. I would not look forward to making future modification to the wiring in those boxes, either. Anyone spraying on or near an outlet should augment these covers with quality painters tape.
Asked by: TenThumbs
Socket Blockers were vigorously tested against all ANSI, ASTM, CCMC, CSA, EPA, ICBO, ICC-ES, UL, and ULC standards and further side by side against tape. Socket Blockers outperformed tape by 1000% when considering access residue in rough-in boxes.
Answered by: SBTEAM
Date published: 2020-11-21
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