Yes, Scotch Tape™ is still around. For that matter, so is Kleenex™ and Saran Wrap™ and Xerox™ and that's about all I can remember. For the very young, these are trademark names that morphed into generic terms, then morphed back into the specific. Does anyone have any idea how this happens? And how are they different from Hotchkiss, still a generic name for staplers in Japan and Korea, and Hoover, likewise in the UK for vacuum cleaner? (Or so I hear.)
I would appreciate any leads.
BTW, I think that "let it out" is somewhat inappropriate as a slogan for Kleenex™. But maybe that's just me.