By now, most people have heard of Scotch tape.
It’s a protective wrapping around your kitchen cabinet, your cupboard or even a drawer to protect against damage.
It also helps keep food from spoiling, even if it’s been sitting for hours.
But the tape is a tough thing to get right the first time around.
Here’s what you need to know to get it right.
Pros: Made from high-quality, recycled materials, Scotch tape is easy to work with.
The tape is thick enough to stick to most materials, and it doesn’t scratch.
Cons: It’s expensive.
Scotch tape isn’t cheap, costing about $5.99 per foot.
To make a single foot of tape, you need about $1.75, which isn’t a lot.
You can get the tape for about $6.99 at Staples.
It won’t last forever.
Pros to using Scotch tape: It doesn’t stain, has a durable, scratch-resistant coating, and is durable.
Pros not to using: The tape needs to be placed in a clean, dry area, and can break.
Pros tip: Avoid using Scotch Tape when you have foodstuffs, such as foods and utensils.
It can cause problems with a kitchen sink or cabinet.
It needs to stay put for long periods of time.
If you do decide to use Scotch Tape, you can save yourself money by using a disposable tape cutter, which can be used to cut the tape out.