Painting Tips & Techniques
The Commercial Pro
With Swanson & Youngdale
for 12 years
Has more than 30 years
Make the large projects
It always comes back to
ScotchBlue™ Painter's Tape
THIS IS MY TAPE:
WHY ALEX USES SCOTCHBLUE™ PAINTER'S TAPE FOR MULTI-SURFACES 2090:
"Doing things right means prepping things well. I use this tape because it produces professional-looking, clean paint lines on smooth to lightly textured surfaces indoors and out. You know it's going to stick every time and handling it is easy. It bends and flexes, and sticks even with multiple coats of paint on top. And I can remove it without leaving a lot of adhesive behind."
Produces professional-looking clean paint lines
Versatile enough to work on different textures
Works well on curved surfaces
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TAKE IT FROM THE PROS
Large Areas »
Whether using paint sprayer, roller or brush, use tape with film, paper, tarp or a drop cloth.
Rough Surfaces »
To mask brick, concrete, stone, or unfinished wood, use a more adhesive tape like ScotchBlue™ Painter's Tape for Multi-Surfaces.
Smooth Surfaces »
Use ScotchBlue™ Painter's Tapes with UV-resistance for smooth surfaces like glass, metal window frames and vinyl siding.
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