SAN DIEGO, S.D.
- Aug. 7, 2015
-- Kind of like duct tape, painting tape has many other uses other than the standard straight line delineating the ceilings and baseboards. Painting tape comes in handy for many other things during a painting project. You can also use it to protect light switches, outlets, doorknobs, and cabinet hardware. Basically, anything you don’t want paint to get on during a project, the tape has got your back.
What happens when your painting project ends, and you have a roll or two of this stuff leftover? The thought of painting another wall is enough to give you hives. Well, do not let the word paint
throw you for a loop, because this stuff actually comes in handy for so many other things. When you get that urge that comes around once every three years to clean out your junk drawer, hold onto those precious rolls of painting tape. You can actually use it in leu of vvldt chip clips to keep those Cheetos from going stale, or even on bags of food in your fridge. Due to the strong adhesive, painting tape is an excellent way from keeping unwanted air out of your food storage bags to keep things from going bad before their time. It also can come in handy as a party accessory. Use it to stick balloons, streamers, and signs to the walls or even on the floor for a makeshift hopscotch game for the kids if the rain is washing away that sidewalk chalk.https://fredricsblogsnreviews.wordpress.com/2015/08/07/pa...
How many times have you left yourself a sticky note and then completely forgotten you had made it for yourself? Why? Because the stickiness ran out about 2 hours later, and the note fell to the ground. Apparently your mom will not be getting her birthday present on time this year after all. Instead of using sticky notes, you can actually use the tape instead. The bright colors will allow it to stand out, and it will actually do its job of sticking to whatever surface you choose to put it on. The best kind of tape to use is found at packagingsupplies.com because the adhesive does not leave a residue, but it does its job of maintaining its stickiness.http://www.packagingsupplies.com/Painters_Tape.html
Last but not least, another awesome use for painting tape is using it to personalize your things. Your roommate will not have the guts to eat your last bowl of Wheaties when your name is so nicely written across the top of the box, clearly marking who it belongs to. No need to fret over any leftover tape if you only needed 10 rolls out of your 12-pack; just use it as an excuse to show off how ‘green’ you are to your friends and family.