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Scotch Blue

We’ve got the products, tips and inspiration to help you pull off a better paint job.

Popular patterns to make your space pop.

We partnered with Patternbank and Benjamin Moore to bring you up-and-coming trends — and the tools you need to bring them to life.

Mod Optic

Create a sense of dimension.

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Mod Optic
Geo Elemental

Geo Elemental

Establish a feeling of place.

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Striking Linework

Make order more interesting.

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Striking Linework
70's Revival

70’s Revival

Bring shape to life with color.

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Choose the right tape for your project.

Original Multi-Use

Original Multi-Use

For a variety of surfaces, including trim, metal and glass. Use this tape for professional results on painting projects.

Delicate surfaces

Delicate Surfaces with Advanced Edge-Lock™ Paint Line Protector

For freshly painted surfaces, wood floors, cabinets and accent walls. Use this tape to create patterns on painted walls or surfaces.

Multi-Surface

Multi-Surface with Advanced Edge-Lock™ Paint Line Protector

For metal, baseboards, trim and glass. Use this tape to protect window frames, molding and baseboards.

Exterior Surfaces

Exterior Surfaces

For use outdoors, including smooth and semi-smooth metal, vinyl, painted wood and glass. Use this tape for outdoor projects.

Taping tips

Because a little prep really pays off.

  1. Clean the surface you're going to tape, using water and a damp rag.
  2. Tape all the areas you want to keep paint-free: baseboards, windows, tiles and other areas.
  3. Tear off about 2 to 3 feet of tape at a time, laying each new piece of tape over the end of the previous piece.
  4. Press tape down firmly with a smooth surface like a putty knife or your fingers.
  5. Let the tape set for 30 to 60 minutes.
  6. Remove tape slowly, pulling it back on itself at a 45° angle from the original line of tape.

Get inspired. Get prepped. Get started.

For more inspiration and project ideas, visit ScotchBlue.com.

Pull Off a Better Paint Job.

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