During my decluttering last summer, I found enough Scotch tape to last me the next three years at home, so it’s probably not urgent for me to buy paper tape yet, but I might so I can model responsible behavior in my classroom. If the paper tape works out, then I could donate my remaining plastic tape, I suppose.
But one thing makes me hesitate. Can I easily remove paper tape from windows? Most of my classroom is made up of windows, so that’s where I put up posters and flyers. If paper tape is likely to stick there forever, I would be in violation of my school’s guidelines (granted, they’re guidelines I haven’t heard mention of since thirteen years ago, but maybe that’s because we all make sure not to leave tape residue on the windows).
Can anyone with experience let me know?