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    just returned to my shop after breaking my wrist and then having shoulder surgry involving an 8 month layoff. I had some scrap pieces with blue painters tape still on them. I was able to remove it with no residue prolbems. The main problem was getting a hold of the edge off the tape to peel it off.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by grandpuppies View Post
      just returned to my shop after breaking my wrist and then having shoulder surgry involving an 8 month layoff. I had some scrap pieces with blue painters tape still on them. I was able to remove it with no residue prolbems. The main problem was getting a hold of the edge off the tape to peel it off.
      I have successfully used an Exacto knife for this. I use the tip as a pick.
      Scott
      Creator of fine designer sawdust.

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