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Tape is a super-useful product in all its many forms. It does a number of things, from wrapping packages to affixing bandages, sealing cartons, masking off areas for paint, and fixing plumbing and electrical problems.
Mostly a problem solver, tape can become the problem itself if you’re trying to get it off rather than put it on. Some kinds come off easily with no problem. Others are hard to pull off and either leave behind sticky residue, or take part of the surface with them during removal.
Although removing tape and the adhesive it leaves behind can be a challenge, where would we be without these many useful versions?
- Duct Tape has a huge amount of fans who consider it to be one of man's great inventions. It is made to stick or join anything to anything else - and stay put. Unfortunately, its stickiness also tends to stay put after the tape itself has been pulled off.
- Double-sided Carpet Tape installs carpet in places tack strips can't be used. This tape is durable and holds your carpet firmly in place. That is a good thing, but it also leaves a residue when removed, which is not such a good thing.
- Double-stick Tape is convenient for many things, from attaching cork to your wall to keeping your cats from scratching your sofa... When it’s time to remove double stick tape, you want to take the adhesive with it and leave the surface beneath intact.
- Masking Tape is pretty easy to pull off – unless it is old and dried out. Then it shreds, leaving behind bits of tape, and dried-out stuck-on adhesive. The new blue version called Painter’s Tape is a better choice for painting chores.
- Scotch® / Cellophane Tape is a household staple. It’s pretty easy to pull off of hard surfaces (though the older formulas will rip paper) unless it gets dried out, has been stuck for a very long time or has melted in the sun or in heat and has fused with the underlying material or surface.
- Electrical and Plumber’s Tape – no tradesman or home handyman would be without either of these products, but the plumber’s version is tough to remove once it’s been applied and the electrical version often leaves behind sticky residue from the adhesive, even though the tape itself pulls off easily.
Follow these directions for How To Remove Any Kind of Tape and Tape Adhesive from any surface using Goof Off® Heavy Duty, The Miracle Remover, and your sticky tape residue problems will all be solved!
For tough, hard surface jobs, use Goof Off® Professional Strength.