Made In The U.S.A.

Blue Painter’s Tape

In Adventures on November 5, 2009 at 12:54 am

You know that blue painter’s tape that you probably have in a drawer somewhere? It’s Scotch brand blue painter’s tape, and it’s special because it’s easily removable from just about any surface. As long as you don’t leave it on forever.

I needed a new roll of blue painter’s tape, and so today I picked one up today at Target. It was seven bucks, because I got the wide stuff. It is made in the U.S. of imported and domestic materials. Funny enough, I checked other tapes to see where they originated. A different Scotch blue painter’s tape was made in the U.S. of Japanese and domestic materials. Plain old cream colored masking tape, Scotch brand, was made in Canada.

Doesn’t that just sort of make you wonder what goes on at Scotch, or any company for that matter, that they have so much similar stuff made in so many different places? It makes me wonder.


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