Well not exactly, but a while ago I bought some wide yellow tape that
sticks to things - but can be easily peeled off again. I can't recall
I got it from - anyone know the proper name for this such tape?
Most duct tape peels off a lot of surfaces fairly easily.
You can get two inch wide paper "masking tape". You can also get a sort
of masking tape for decorating made of reasonably tough brown paper, but
with a band of "post-it" type glue along one edge.
PVC tape (as used by electricians) is also available in two or three
inch widths, and that usually peels fairly well.
On 24/07/2016 23:07, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Masking tape can only be peeled when fresh and hasn't been struck down
too long. Leave masking tape too long and the glue goes hard and you
have to tear the tape off leaving the hardened glue behind. Old masking
tape tends not to stick in the first place. Much the same with the
plastic parcel tape - fresh and you can peel it from, say, plastic
surfaces - leave it a while and you may need a scrapper.
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