Button Down Tape End Finder
Scotch Tape was invented by Richard Drew in 1928. Before long, those first clear rolls ballooned into hundreds of other types: masking and electrical to name a couple. Soon, most American homes and workshops had a complete inventory of tape –rolls and rolls of the stuff.
Tape is handy to have — if you can find it when you need it, and can find the end so you can use it.
A tape tip: To better organize your rolls of tape, put them on a toilet-paper holder — in the basement or in the garage. To make finding the cut ends easier to locate, place a button on the sticky side of each one. You’ll never again have to scratch and search for the point where it starts.