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Yellow Frog Tape for Artists
If you do paint by number; yellow frog tape can be your friend! I had used the blue tape before-but noticed it \"pulled\" the paper off what I was painting. The green tape was just as bad! I finally got smart and called the manufacture and was told Walmart sold the product! I am very happy I did my research! The yellow frog tape is perfect for paint by number--it will NOT pull the paper off like the blue or green frog tapes!
This is an excellent product. Although this is marketed as a patch and repair fabric tape, I use this instead of paper tape on inside drywall corner joints. The product is easy to position, stays in place because it's self-adhesive and allows you to tuck the fiberglass snugly into the corner from top to bottom - making a neat, uniformly STRAIGHT line. You then coat the outer side of the product with compound and feather out on the wall. This takes about 1\/2 the time versus undercoating paper tape and trying to get the tape flat on the wall, getting all the bubbles out, etc. I use Lefarge Rapid Coat low dust joint compound in place of lower cost drywall compound. This combination ,plus sanding sponges, produces a nearly perfect joint and drywall patches that \"disappear\" after painting.\nThis product helps me deliver a nearly flawless and flat wall. I have used this in every room in my house to CORRECT\/REPLACE the \"professional results of professionals\".
I actually bought this to cover my generator, since I can't lift it and wanted it covered to protect it from the rain. The clip was a little hard for me, but I always use a bungy cord anyway. I'll buy another.
We have a 1916 stone house and it is exceptionally hard to keep warm. The windows are original and needless to say a bit drafty! Once the plastic film is up, this temperature in each room significantly rises.