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Scotch Delicate Surface Painter's Tape, 1.41 inches x 60 yards,

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Product description

Scotch Delicate Surface Painter’s Tape is great for surfaces that require a little extra care such as wood floors, wallpaper, cabinets, painted drywall, and freshly painted walls* (*painted at least 24 hours ago). This delicate surface tape with gentle adhesive can stay on surfaces for up to 60 days and then removes easily without leaving any sticky residue behind. This tape features Edge-Lock Technology that seals out paint to deliver sharp paint lines and clean removal for your more sensitive projects, including accent walls, decorative stripes and patterns. Whether you're protecting your hardwood floors from paint splatter or going all out with a decorative mural, rely on Scotch Delicate Surface Painter's Tape for a professional look that's easy on your surfaces.


From the manufacturer

Original 2090 Sharp Lines 2093 Ultra Sharp Lines 2098 Delicate 2080 Exterior 2097 Rough 2060
Original 2090 Sharp Lines 2093 Ultra Sharp Lines 2098 Delicate 2080 Exterior 2097 Rough 2060
Adhesion Level Medium Medium Medium Medium High Very High
Walls amp; Ceilings Lightly Textured Drywall (painted over 7 days ago), Plaster Walls Lightly Textured Drywall (painted over 7 days ago), Plaster Walls Lightly Textured Drywall (painted over 7 days ago), Plaster Walls Lightly Textured Drywall (painted 1-7 days ago), Wallcoverings amp; Wallpaper
Baseboards amp; Door Trim Wood Trim/Baseboards, Aluminum, Metal Wood Trim/Baseboards, Aluminum, Metal Wood Trim/Baseboards, Aluminum, Metal
Floor Unfinished Hardwood, Marble, Slate Marble, Slate Marble, Slate Finished or Engineered Hardwood Unfinished Hardwood, Brick, stone, Grout, Concrete, Cement
Other Interior Surfaces Countertops, Tile, Caulk, Window Glass, Hardware, Plastic Countertops, Tile, Caulk, Window Glass, Hardware Countertops, Tile, Caulk, Window Glass, Hardware Cabinets, Veneers Brick Wall or Fireplace, Lacquer Coatings
Exterior Surfaces Hardware, Window Glass, Trim (metal, wood) Siding (wood, non-rough clapboard) Window Glass Hardware, Window Glass, Trim (metal, wood, vinyl), Siding (wood, non-rough clapboard, vinyl) Brick, Stone, Grout, Concrete, Cement, Trim (metal, wood), Siding (wood, non-rough clapboard)

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