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3M 2090 Scotch Blue painter's tape is a medium adhesion flat-back masking tape that removes cleanly from surfaces up to 7 (outdoors) or 14 days (indoors) after its applied. This moisture, solvent, and sunlight resistant masking tape is recommended for interior and exterior painting projects.
A longtime boatyard favorite, 2090 is also ideal for most smooth or delicate surfaces including most fresh paints, wallpaper, wood surfaces and wall board. Water-based or solvent based and stain coatings can be applied. Scotch Blue tape is not compatible with lacquer coatings or surfaces. Sold by the roll in 3/4, 1, 1 1/2, and 1.88 inch widths.
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Masking Tapes and Plastics
How many yards on a roll of 1inch?
I think about 200 feet because wend I am varnishing some of the boatsI work on they or 54 feet boat and I can do the inside and outside on one saidOf the toe rail and on the other said about 1 said or more with one roll
Which tape should you use if you want to make a 2" rounded corner? 3/4 tape doesn't bend that easy. Do they sell a 3/8" tape for this purpose?
Perhaps you should stock 3M 06405 #471?
John,We do have that item in stock also.
Not in the 2090 Blue. The 3M 218 Fine Line tape comes in 1/8", 3/16", 1/4", and 1/2".
for teak caulking?
Yes, works great.
i would think it would work fine. i would only do small areas at once, as the oil in the teak might affect the glue on the tape. good luck.
no, for applying a vinyl sign
Nice competitive pricing at Jamestown
Blue masking tape used in the electronics arena, because of the no residue removal when using.[...]
A super all purpose tape
I always keep several rolls in different widths in my shop. The blue tape is the stuff to use! Ordinary brown masking tape can be very touch to remove if left on a surface too long. I never have any problems with the blue stuff.