Masking tape is good at holding things together. Better than one might think. Cabinetmakers use it to hold workpieces together when they’re being glued. Here I’m using it to hold the banding against the edge of the plywood for the cabinet shelves. The blue tape has a little lower adhesion than the regular tape so it does less damage to the wood. Regular masking tape can rip splinters of wood off the plywood when you remove it. Now you know! See, you learn things when you read this blog. And there’s no ads, no cookies, I don’t track you, I don’t gather your personal information, and I don’t send crap to your email. I don’t sell your phone number to solicitors. I don’t narc you out to the cops. I don’t tell your boss you’re reading this during work hours. You can just come here and look at pictures and learn things. What a great blog, huh?