3M 2090-48E Blue Painters Tape, 2" x 60 Yards
Mfr / Brand 3M
Mfr Part # 2090-48E
Rexel Part # 401607
Length 180 ft
Material Creped Paper
Product Width 1.880 in
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3M 2090-48E Blue Painters Tape, 2" x 60 Yards is rated out of 5 by 304.
Rated 4 out of 5 by diynva from Mixed results I'm repainting all the rooms in my house. The tape worked well on my wood molding. I got mixed results when I used it on paint. When I removed the tape from a freshly painted flat ceiling paint everything went fine (paint cured about a week; tape stayed on about 1 week). But when I put the tape on eggshell wall paint the paint came off in 20+ spots. This was a small coat closet. (Paint cured about 3 weeks; tape stayed on about 18 hours. I painted the walls before I did the ceiling.) The tape that pulled off the paint was from a different roll; hopefully this was a fluke. I bought a 3 pack and still have 6 rooms to tape and paint.
Date published: 2011-06-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by newpainter5 from It really pays to buy the brand name product. I didn't want to pay the price, so I tried an imitation product. I am new to painting and thought that by using the brand name product I was just paying for the name. I taped off the ceiling in my bathroom and painted the ceiling. It is a small powder room and when I cut in the edges, I got paint on the tape (that's why I put up tape). The paint dried and when I tried to pull the tape off, it pulled paint off the wall and the tape shredded making removal very hard and forcing me to touch up portions of the wall. Never again. I am sticking to the ScotchBlue painter's tape because it does what it is supposed to do and does not damage the walls. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2012-11-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by jacki34 from Yet another use I Use scotch blue painters tape all the time for painting. It works great, doesnt allow the paint to bleed under and doesnt leave a residue if removed after a little while. I found another great use. When caulking, put down your tape a wide as you want your line of caulk. Put in your caulk and smooth it with your finger that is wet. Remove the tape. The spray the area with aerosol window cleaner. Smooth again with your finger. The caulk wont stick to the window cleaner so you just let it harden and wipe after the caulking is cured. Perfect even caulked joints. Thanks! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2013-09-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by CarrieDreamGreenDIY from Blown away by ScotchBlue tape! As a DIY expert, I have used what feels like every tool under the sun. From brushes, to adhesives, you name it and I've made something with it. But for some reason, I hadn't given ScotchBlue tape a try until recently. Let me tell you - In all honesty, this has got to be my new favorite DIY tool. The feel of the product itself is unmatched. The sticky side was strong but didn't leave that nasty residue behind on my hands. That alone will have me coming back for more. This review sounds like an infomercial, but I assure you that I'm speaking honestly! I love it!! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2013-09-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by Ocala200 from my all time favorite ScotchBlue Painter's Tape I use for all purposes. I have a roll by the front door to leave a note when going out. I have a roll near the kitchen, so the kids can make pictures and put them on the refrigerator. And of course I have the one in the garage for true painting, but I must admit that is the one that gets used the least. I also use them on Buckets and Baskets and Boxes for LABELING. I think I do that the most. I even organized the neighbors pantry with LABELED baskets. But MOST OF ALL, when I visit a Hospital or REHAB center, I use it to put SIGNS over the patients bed, like PLEASE COFFEE WITH EVERY MEAL. or PLEASE CUT FOOD, only have use of one arm for now. or PLEASE TALK LOUD, Hard of Hearing. I add smiley faces and the signs work great!!!
Date published: 2011-11-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by Greg68 from More than just a paint masking tape! I use ScotchBlue Painter's Tape for everything that calls for a tape that bonds well but removes easily. I am an RC airplane enthusiast and use this tape for all phases of the hobby—paint masking (of course), clamping, marking measurements, etc. It leaves no marks or residue on surfaces. At the field, I use it to hold my sailplane wing panels together tightly in flight, as an emergency method for repairs when they're needed, and much more. My only complaint is the fact that it only comes in blue, which I know is a trademark issue. It would be fantastic, however, if it were available in other colors for design and hobby use. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2013-09-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by jagsmom from Impressed with this product I have, of course, used ScotchBlue when painting in my home but I never thought about using it for any thing other than that. My son was working on a mulit-media art project for school. He asked me if we had any of the "blue tape". I told him that we did and gave it to him. He began to put it on his art work with me freaking out and thinking he had ruined his project. He assured me it would be fine. When he finished, he removed the tape and to my amazement there was no trace that it had been on there. Everything he had covered was still just as it was before. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2012-12-04
Rated 2 out of 5 by Beckett26 from Had to sand and repaint I purchased a new roll for painting my bedroom labor day weekend. While the tape worked fine on the baseboards it was awful on the walls. I was painting an accent wall and placed the tape on the wall next to it to avoid mixing colors. One wall was newly painted (24 hrs ago) and the other wall I had not painted as of yet. When I went to remove the tape (both walls) paint chips in several sections came off with it. Had to sand and repaint new wall had to sand old wall to smooth out what came off there too. Used 3 yr old roll of the "green tape" that I had from past jobs along with this and it worked just fine.
Date published: 2013-09-17