Frog Tape Painting Tape, 1.41 in. x 60 yds.

Walmart # 553000402

Frog Tape Painting Tape, 1.41 in. x 60 yds.

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Multi-Surface CP 27 Pro Painter's Tape <br /> <br />PaintBlock Technology FrogTape is the only tape treated with PaintBlock technology. PaintBlock is a super-absorbent polymer which reacts with latex paint and instantly gels to form a micro-barrier that seals the edges of the tape, preventing paint bleed. The result: Very sharp paint lines!

About This Item

  • Professional painters tape
  • Designed for use on cured freshly painted surfaces and more
  • Low adhesion for clean removal
  • Sharp paint lines
  • Customer Reviews
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    Stay Away!

    I purchased this to try in place of the normal blue painters tape and oh do I wish I hand't. Ican really speak to whether or not it actually keeps the paint from bleeding becuase I was more concerned about the excessive amount of paint that is pulled off the wall beneath it with you removed the tape. I used it to paint trim in two rooms and had to go back and completely repaint the wall area around the room because it stripped the paint off the wall. BUY THE BLUE STUFF!
    paint torn off wall near baseboard

    Not all it’s cracked up to be

    Nothing special about this product, I used the multi purpose tape. It bled into my ceiling leaving me lots of touch ups

    Much better than blue tape! ...but

    My husband and I are renovating our house. I have the task of cutting in the wall to ceiling paint. Have never had great luck with blue tape so I decided to pay more and try Frog Tape. Both ceiling and wall are textured with light orange peel. First day I taped and painted with only mostly acceptable results. After visiting the website and learning how to use Frog Tape with textured walls I am TOTALLY happy. No bleeding at all but it is time consuming when doing a whole house. No touch ups either! The results are only as good as your line and taping process. One small problem I am intermittently having is the ceiling line paint and texture is lifting (in bubble form) when I remove the tape. I am painting the wall. Not sure what is causing this. All walls and ceilings have been cleaned and completely new texture applied. Two coats of primer and two coats of flat white paint on ceiling at least one week old. No construction in process to create dust. Am I pressing too hard on the tape?

    Great Product

    After using one particular product, the paint still bled beneath it in certain areas despite ensuring it was placed smoothly. In other areas, that product pulled some of the paint off along with it when it was removed. After all the hard work, my project was ruined. Other products did the same thing and as a result, I was hesitant to try something else because I was beyond frustrated. My husband brought home some FrogTape for me to try. However, by that point, I had already given up. After a few weeks of staring at the ugly results from the other projects, I was determined to finish the job and reluctantly gave the FrogTape a shot. Even though it wasn't the "Delicate Surface" version, I was so happy and very pleasantly surprised to discover that t it worked perfectly! My only regret was not using it in the first place! I am motivated to start working on the next project because I'm confident that it won't create another problem to set me back after I peel it off! I will never use anything else!

    Will be a FROGTAPE customer for life! :)

    I started a major painting project on my house, painted three of 8 rooms so far. I have a big old Pennsylvania farmhouse and every room has extensive trimwork, so it's a big job. The first room I used Frogtape on the trim and the results were beautiful. For the second room, I used the blue tape because it was less expensive. There are reasons it's less expensive, folks! The blue tape leaked everywhere, even tho I followed instructions, along with using the spoon smashing of the edge method recommended by the salesman. (Why I continued to think this was a good idea, I don't know.) I had to spend an extraordinary amount of time on touch ups. Savings? Hardly. Yesterday, when I went back for more paint and tape, FROGTAPE was my only choice and will continue to be. I even told my story to someone standing next to me, who chose your tape over the other! A huge difference in the quality and ease of use, along with beautifully clean, sharp results. Unparalleled performance! Thanks!


    This tape is horrible! It gets the main job done but the little crevices between walls... It was all splotchy paint got through and it looks horrible! We now have to go back over the wall with more paint and paint remover. I will never use this product again.

    Do NOT use for painting!

    I've yet to find another use, but will continue looking. I heard so many good things about this tape I decided to try it. The bleeding issue was secondary only to the damage it did to the walls. To give it a fair review, I first tried it on new paint that was about 10 days old. Maybe I didn't let it season long enough, but with the blue tape...I've never had this problem when applying over a painted surface after 24 hours of dry time. I decided to try it on a wall that was painted 6 months prior. I put both the blue and this tape on an area I was about to stencil. Needless to say it removed the paint beneath it on that wall too. It might as well been a duct tape. As far as the bleeding goes...I must say it was worse for me than the blue. I admit to being a terrible taper and have issues with bleeding regardless of what I use. That said, I seal the tape by over painting first, thus eliminating all bleeding issues. Certain times I am not able to do that so I am depending on the blue tape to give me a clean an edge as possible. No, I cannot recommend this to anyone due to the damage it does. I wish I was wrong.

    Simplicity + Accuracy = Perfection

    We know, You HATE to paint-- Fear ye not, the gallon paint can any longer! As a home remodeling contractor, I paint constantly. It's my favorite part of the job and I rarely bring in others to do it for me. Frog Tape has its own line item on my job cost sheets for every project. People are constantly amazed at how perfect the lines for my finished moldings and ceilings are. Frog Tape, properly applied, is flawless. Time is money for me. Frog Tape not only provides a waterproof barrier to prevent"paint bleed" onto other surfaces, but cuts my actual painting time down by over 50%. Crooked wall or ceilings are no problem, Frog Tape is perfect for use to "fool the eye" when you have wall-to-ceiling plaster or sheetrock joints that are not perfectly square. Do your part to stamp out the plague of shaky, ugly, hand-painted lines! Surprise yourself or someone else...Paint one room using Frog Tape, then stand back and admire your handiwork. It will look like a pro did it!

    Frogtape surprised me again!

    The first time I used Frogtape, I was surprised how easy the tape went on and how well it stuck to the woodwork I was protecting. I had a much easier time taping my wood moldings, the tape stuck longer and tighter than anything else I have ever used and with way less leakage. But Frogtape surprised me again! I taped around the cherry moldings in my bathroom six months ago. Due to a back injury I wasn't able to begin painting until this morning. The Frogtape stuck all this time! Several friends warned me with the tape being on so long, it might stick to the woodwork and not come off without scraping! That was a scary thought! So I checked it several times over the last 6 months and I could lift the tape off the wood and stick it right back on. Well tonight my bathroom walls are painted and dry and I just took off the Frogtape. Not only is there almost no touch up, the tape peeled off the woodwork so easily, I just had to write and tell you about it!

    It Leaps From Paper To Walls

    This last review of mine will focus on, what perhaps, I will call the watercolor effect. I say this in terms of working in watercolor on paper. Lines or edges are hard to get, especially with the unintentional bleeding of colors. FrogTape can be used in place of the usual tapes to hold down the paper itself. Then, if lightly placed and positioned, it can be used to get certain effects. In terms of walls within a building, it maintains the same idea. A professional muralist may be skilled to have their own techniques, but homeowners may also want more than the plain wall. Using tape, you can section off selected areas into color blocks, as well as try to shape other areas. Everything has to be pretested before making any final marks. If I had my way, I could use a darker shade of green and a brown for my other uses. P.S. , I love to experiment, but I am still wondering where the yellow type is sold. I have no way to compare the two types.
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