I got this to use for the chalk outline on the fence. For art projects, while my daughter is doing distance learning due to COVID 19.
About This Item
- Ideal for a variety of surfaces including painted walls, trim, glass, wood and metal
- UV-resistant for safe use on indoor and outdoor projects
- 14-day clean removal without residue, in indirect or no sunlight
- Medium adhesion tape offers good quick-stick with easy removal
- Available in a variety of sizes
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4.78 x 4.78 x 0.94 Inches
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Trusted brand and has other uses!
This is my trusted brand of painters tape. I used this to paint my whole house interior. The tape comes off clean leaving no bleeding. I prefer to remove the tape when the paint is still wet for very easy removal.
This tape is very versatile and can be used for other purposes! Since my children are home we have been using the tape for arts and crafts. We use it for mosaic prints for chalk art outside or finger paints on canvas. It elevates their art with the clean lines and makes my children so proud of their work. The tape has come off clean no matter what surface I have tried.
I love this brand even more and can't wait to think and learn of more creative ways to use it. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
This kind of tape works great while I am putting a quilt together. It's also great for bundling fabrics together for later quilt projects.
Clean and easy application !
Good overall tape.
I like painters tape for most taping applications around the house, because it releases clean, with no sticky residue - even after days of leaving it on. It holds well enough most times, so no need for super sticky tapes.\n\nThat said, for actual painting tape, I prefer the green stuff, which is super expensive. This brand of blue painters tape is not great for keeping super clean lines on paint projects. It invariably bleeds under the edges, even when you make a real effort to seal it down. It also tends to rip paint off with it, so not a great painter's tape to my mind.\n\nI use it for holding things around the house, when I just need it held in place for a few minutes while I put in screws, or to mark off straight lines so I can cut wood, etc. It works great for that. Keeps the wood from splintering on the cut ends, and comes right off without leaving any residue behind.\n\nOverall, If you need a 3rd hand, or to stop splinters as you cut wood, this is the answer. If you need to keep a super clean line on paint projects, look at the green stuff. it's better - if you can afford it.\n\n
Took varnish off wood floor. Not painters tape!
This tape is awful. Upon opening the package, we noticed that the tape was quite sticky but assumed it would be fine given the fact it said "painters tape". However, after painting and letting the paint dry overnight, the tape left a thin blue line upon removal. Furthermore, in some areas, it peeled up some of the fresh paint. Worst of all, when we removed the tape from the wooden floor, it pulled up the varnish, leaving significant damage. This is closer to masking tape and its only resemblance to painters tape is the color blue.
Nope nope and nope
Very disappointed with this painter's tape. Each roll we used failed in multiple ways. First, it would not adhere to the ceiling, then when removing it stuck to parts of the wall or trim and ripped paint off, several pieces of the tape ripped and left slivers of tape along the wall or carpet, finally, the paint bled through in several areas. We have painted many rooms over the years and are well aware of the do's and don'ts of painting and other tips for using painter's tape and never had this problem before. Maybe I bought a bad batch but whatever the problem was a big enough headache for me not to repurchase.
I painted the walls of my hallway over a week ago, and taped off the trim around the doors and windows yesterday. When I peeled the tape off not only did it not peel off in one piece (kemp's ripping and i'd have to stop and pick off the corner to continue peeling off the tape) but it also peeled huge spots of the paint underneath. It also bled EVERYWHERE. I'm going to have to go back and touch up like every inch of the trim. Might as well have not used this tape.
Used this brand of clean release tape for the first time today while painting my daughters room. Taped this morning, painted this afternoon and removed tape tonight only to be left with a thin blue line at the edge of the paint. The tape didn't tear, it just left blue behind on all the trim! Never had this happen before with 3M- we are so disappointed and upset.
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