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Frogtape Multi Surface Masking Tape 24mm x 41.1m
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- FrogTape® is the only painter’s masking tape treated with PaintBlock® Technology.
- Keeps paint out, Keeps lines Sharp
- For use on cured paint, wood, glass and metal
- Helps prevent paint bleed
- Designed for use with emulsion paint.
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FrogTape is the only painter's masking tape treated with PaintBlock® Technology. It reacts with emulsion paint and instantly gels to form a micro-barrier that seals the edges of the tape, preventing paint bleed. Multi-surface FrogTape is designed for use on cured painted walls, wood trim, glass and metal. Remove masking tape as soon as it has dried, do not wait until the paint has fully dried.
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As other reviewers have pointed out, you need to be careful when removing so that the tape does not remove paint or plaster. I have found that if you remove the tape slowly and carefully, there is no issue
Basically, the sticky side of the tape is made of a special compound which acts as a solid barrier against emulsion. With normal masking tape it's easy to get paint bleed (which can look terrible if using bright or bold colours against whites/creams/ceilings), but frog tape eliminates it completely.
The really beauty of the delicate tape is that it doesn't peel off the paint underneath when you remove it. HOWEVER...you need to follow the instructions. Crucially, you shouldn't apply the tape over painted walls which have been painted in the last 24 hours, and for best results, as soon as you've finished painting you should remove the tape immediately. Stick to these rules and it does exactly what it says on the tin, and I won't be painting without it in the future (unless my cutting in skills and patience mysteriously improve overnight).
The only mistake I made was to use several strips to cut in along a long stretch of ceiling coving. It should always be one long piece to ensure the line is consistent. Live and learn anyway :-)
When you've placed the tape on the lines of the wall you wish to screen off (eg white part) before applying the black stripe.... run (with a small brush) some of the same white paint as the base coat along the edge of the tape that will be the black stripe once finished and let it dry before applying the black coat. This means that any paint bleed will be white and not show once the tape is removed .
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Used with airbrush stencils - can be a bit too tacky but just remove the excessive tack on your jeans or something similar before attaching to your artwork and problem solved!Published 1 day ago by Emily
I will continue to buy this, don't rush removing it, pull it back on itself when removing helps to avoid pulling off the paint underneathPublished 4 days ago by D T Senerat
over rated GREEN masking tape. It still lets paint bleed and just to ruin your work further it pulls flakes of paint work of the wall.
stick to bog standard tape.
No more trying to paint edges with a brush.. Wish I found this sooner!Published 10 days ago by Sunin
Does still bleed a little on occasions, more down to wall being poor though I thinkPublished 12 days ago by Mr. E. Douglas
Works well, no better than other tapes on old (grimply) surfaces though.Published 19 days ago by Dave Ward