We use green painter's masking tape with WB ink. It's nice, but occasionally you get leftover residue when reclaiming. It's easiest to remove if you pull it off BEFORE wetting the screen.
My buddy works at the liquor store, where they have their own branded packing tape. Instead of finding something sharp to break the tape with when applying it, he just makes a little fold in the tape, sticking it to itself for like 1cm, and pulls. Tape snaps right at the fold. I've never been able to do it with any other brand of packing tape, but it's a magical time-saver for that stuff.
Just a quick note...you want tape with a rubber-based adhesive, not an acrylic-based adhesive. I use Uline brown tape, I can't recall the number at 1:30 AM. But they have 'em listed by adhesive in their print and online catalog. The Scotch/3M 375 works pretty good too. The really cheap clear packing tape is usually acrylic... you can tell by how much glue it leaves on the emulsion/mesh when you take it off.
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I have always use 3" masking tape from xenon products with no problem.
This seems to be almost all the adhesive is left behind. This is more difficult than my ink wash, I use active solvent cleaning!
I use R Tape, same as squeegeethree above.