Wednesday, August 10, 2011
Scotch Restickable Colored Shapes, Tabs and Strips Review...
Scotch Restickable Colored Shapes, Tabs and Strips offer the convenience of those other hanging options without leaving any marks or holes, and they're reusable up to 10 times—just wash with soap and water when they begin to lose stickiness. Here's a little more information:
-Double-sided adhesive removes cleanly from surfaces.
-Works on most flat surfaces, including stainless steel, plastic, concrete, glass, wood and painted walls.
-The clear strips and tabs are great for hanging and securing items for a hidden, polished look, while the colored shapes—including hearts, stars and circles in pink, orange and blue—are great for kids, teens, college students and moms looking to personalize their space."
What we thought: These are so cool! My favorite task was using these clever tabs to stick things on the front of our stainless steel refrigerator. If you have stainless steel appliances you know magnets don't stick, but these Scotch shapes and tabs do! They are easy to apply, remove and reuse! The colorful shapes are a great way to display photos and the kiddos artwork and the clear tabs and strips give a nice, finished look for when you would prefer to "hide" your adhesive:) A and D have loved these as well. We don't let them tape things on the walls, but the Scotch shapes, tabs and strips can be applied to the walls without damaging the paint so the "no artwork on the bedroom walls" ban has been lifted:) These would work really well in a school locker or an office cubicle as well. And, because they are restickable, they are a really great value! ABCD Diaries gives Scotch Restickable Colored Shapes, Tabs and Strips an A+!
Buy It: You can find these cool Scotch products at mass merchandisers, office superstores, drug, grocery and craft stores and online.
Disclosure: ABCD Diaries was given Scotch shapes, tabs and strips for review purposes only. We were in no other way compensated. The opinions expressed in this post are ours and ours alone.
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