This versatile option creates sharp paint lines and will not leave sticky residue.
Acceptable for use on a variety of surfaces. Will not rip or remove paper and painted surfaces. Adheres well to lightly textured surfaces. Can stick up to 21 days.
This tape has branding on it, so it may not be suitable for labeling.
An option great for those who go through a lot of tape quickly.
Can safely adhere up to 14 days. Blue crepe surface is good for labeling. Tape tears easily without need of scissors. UV and sunlight-resistant. Wide 1.88 inch tape.
Some found this tape does not have strong adhesive, which could be good or bad depending on use.
A strong, weatherproof option for outdoor use and for heavy-duty projects.
Suitable for outdoor use on siding, hardware, trim, glass, wood, and metal. Can be used to mark high-traffic floors. Tears by hand. Adheres for 10 days. Humidity-resistant.
Adhesion may be too strong for some projects, so it is ideal for tougher surfaces.
This medium-adhesion option is available in a variety of thicknesses.
Intended for indoor use on most surfaces. Holds for up to 14 days. UV-resistant. Does not leave sticky residue or lift surface below tape. Creates sharp lines without paint bleeding.
Some consumers found this tape can be difficult to remove from some surfaces.
A set that is great for labeling or adding a pop of color to your painting project.
Includes various colors. Acid-free tape suitable for artist papers and surfaces. Easy to tear with hands. Great for labeling. Comes in small, compact rolls.
Not a high-adhesion tape, which may not be ideal for some projects.
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