Creates a Professional Finish
Whether you're freshening up your home's look or experimenting with advanced painting techniques, ScotchBlue™ Original Multi-Use Painter’s Tape can give you the professional results you want. Designed for use with a variety of both heavy and lightly textured surfaces, this tape keeps paint out and removes cleanly for a sharp paint line.
America's Number One Painting Tape
ScotchBlue™ Original Multi-Use Painter’s Tape is the number one selling painter's tape in the US. It's the original blue tape that DIY painters and pros alike have loved for more than 25 years.
Bring Your Creative Vision to Life
With just a few tools and ScotchBlue™ Painter’s Tape, you can create your own masterpiece. Start by sketching your vision on paper, making sure it's true to scale. Then use the tape to bring your vision to life.
Because ScotchBlue™ Painter’s Tape is available in different widths, it's easy to experiment with what works best for creating delicate or bold borders, striped patterns, and subtle to dramatic chair rails.
Safe on Interior and Exterior Surfaces
ScotchBlue™ Original Multi-Use Painter’s Tape adheres to both interior and exterior household surfaces. It's safe to use on baseboards and window and door trim made of heavy and smooth grain wood, metal, aluminum, or vinyl; unfinished hardwood, marble, stone, concrete, slate, vinyl, or laminate floors; and carpeting.
For easier kitchen and bathroom updates, ScotchBlue™ Original Multi-Use Painter’s Tape also works in and around heavy grain and smooth grain wood cabinets and tile backsplashes. The tape won't cause damage to countertops, tile, caulk, porcelain, glass, or hardware (for best results, remove cabinet hardware before masking).
This tape can even be used for exterior projects on brick, block, stone, or concrete patios, columns, and more. It won't damage vinyl, metal, or wood trim; vinyl, wood, or non-rough clapboard siding; or glass tables, doors, or hardware.
Quick, Clean Removal
ScotchBlue™ Original Painter’s Tape removes cleanly for up to 14 days and won't cause surface damage, even when exposed to direct sunlight. For clean removal, use a flexible putty knife or 5-in-1 tool and score along the edge of the tape. This will help break the paint bond between the wall and tape edge. Taking your time, lift up the painter’s tape at a 45 degree angle. You’ll get a sharp, clean line and a professional looking paint job.