I use blue tape on just about everything so I agreed to give it a try.
This is ScotchBlue’s New Painter’s Tape Edge-Lock
I have always had trouble with paint leaking through my blue tape in the past but this tape has the new Edge-Lock Line Protector.
Sounds good… But does it really work?
I have had a project idea in my head for sometime now and knew this would be the perfect project to try my new tape on.
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I started by cutting a 1x12x4 piece of white pine into 3 even squares. If you don’t have a saw, you can have Lowe’s or Home Depot cut it for you!
After cutting my wood I used a dark mahogany stain with a foam brush to stain each of my pieces. I let the stain soak for about 15 minutes and then wiped off the excess.
Here they are dry…
I decided the best test for this mighty blue tape was some spray paint!
I lined the edges of my boards with my blue tape. I lined the tape up with the sides to keep my lines straight. I then took a second line of tape to cover my edges.
A bit closer…
Now the fun part!
I sprayed each board with my red spray paint.
After letting the spray paint dry I started removing my tape.
It passed my test for sure!! Those look pretty straight to me!!!
Woohoo!! How great is that?? I did all three boards without any leaking at all.
I love this tape!
Want to see the rest of it?
Do you like them? I made them for my little lady’s nursery! I’ll show you guys how to make the owls in another post.
You will love this stuff!
If you are looking for painter’s tape that TRULY gives you a perfect edge… This is the tape for you!
Want to try some yourself?!?
How do you win?
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1. Leave me a comment here!
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