Rated 4.6 out of 5�by 17
Rated 5 out of 5�by Mack Excellent removable tape
This was not the first time I have purchased Scotch brand Removable Tape, and will not be the last time. It's great; adheres well to every surface I have used it on, and stays on until I remove it.
May 4, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5�by xraykayh Perfect!
I needed to put photos on poster board for a project, and wanted to get the tape back off without destroying the board or the photos, and it worked wonderfully. We had 2 poster boards, and my daughter, as it turns out, used regular tape to put her photo board together. After the event was done for which the photo display was needed, the difference between removing the tape from the photos and board with regular tape, and with Scotch Removable Tape was quite evident. Her poster board could never be used again, and some old photos got were damaged when removing the regular tape, while mine with the removable tape was perfect. A HUGE difference using removable tape. It's a great product.
April 28, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5�by Elise K Portfolio
I have used this tape to make my interior design portfolio. It works very well because I can remove past project and replace them with new ones. It doesn't leave behind a residue, and it removes very easily.
February 6, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 Removable yes, but it leave a sticky 'Residue'!
Recently for a first time I bought this tape because it was marketed as being "removable". But after mounting some 200 photographs to foamcore posterboard for a display presentation, after the display was over and I went to remove the photographs, I found that the adheasive on the tape was now stuck to the back side of all the Kodak prints, which could NOT be removed. The adheasive is now stuck on to the back of everyone. I was able to easily get the tape off, but never expected this to happen as an end result.
I will not be buying this tape again, and I would certainly NOT reccomend it to anyone who wants to temperally mount photos unless you don't care about the photographs afterwards!
December 22, 2011