|Item Weight||6.6 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||1.2 x 5.5 x 5.5 inches|
|Item model number||1358463|
|Size||0.94-Inch x 60-Yard Roll|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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FrogTape 1358463 Multi-Surface Painting Tape, Green, 0.94-Inch x 60-Yard Roll
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- Pro painter's tape
- Twenty one day interior clean release, or up to 7 days if paint is in direct sunlight
- Medium adhesion for use on cured painted walls, wood trim, glass and metal
- Patented PaintBlock technology keeps paint out and lines sharp
- 0.94-inch by 60-yard roll
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What Makes FrogTape Brand Painter's Tape Unique?
FrogTape is the only painter's 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 and less time spent on touch-ups. FrogTape is also available in a convenient storage canister. The canister protects the tape edges from being nicked or damaged and keeps the tape free of dirt and debris.
Tips For Best Results Using FrogTape
Clean the surface to be masked with a mild detergent solution. Make sure the paint surface is dust-free and dry. For accurate placement, adhere FrogTape in short sections to avoid stretching the tape. Make sure FrogTape is flush to the edge that you will be painting. Using a putty knife, or 5-in-1 tool, press the tape you laid to burnish it to the surface you are masking. Remove painting tape immediately after you are finished painting.
How To Select the Right Grade of FrogTape Brand Painter's Tape
|FrogTape Multi-Surface||FrogTape Delicate Surface|
|Fresh Paint (Dried 24 hours min.)*|
|Cured Paint (Dried 3 days min.)*|
|Finished Wood (Polyurethane, Stain)|
|Sheetrock Primed Only|
| Fresh paint is dry to the touch only. |
The liquid evaporates from the paint and it takes about 24 hours for a paint to be considered "dry to the touch".
After the 24 hours, you can use FrogTape Delicate Surface
Top Customer Reviews
I'll stick with 3M.. ( No, I'm not affiliated with 3M. I work for the airlines)
First off, your results with painters tape will vary based on a few things:
One: Texture of your project. If you're taping a smooth wall, or piece of furniture, your lines will be smoother. That's just common sense. Obviously a textured wall is going to bleed.
Two: Cleanliness. Before you paint, you'll want to make sure your wall or furniture (or whatever you're painting) is free of dust and dirt. Give it a once over with some degreaser or alcohol. This will help the tape to adhere better.
If you have a textured wall, I've found that using a putty knife to go over the tape's edge will help to get the tape into the grooves. If you're using two different colors and are using tape to create a sharp line, use the base color, and go over the edge with it to activate the adhesive and create a barrier, which will avoid seeping. The only drawback to this is that you will create a definite ridge.
There are times when you absolutely need to tape, but if you can learn to do a straight line (along ceilings and baseboards etc), save yourself some time and money and don't tape. If you do need to tape, Shurtape (Frog Tape) has been the clear winner in my opinion (they also make a blue version of tape as well, which is a "pro line") in regards to bleeding and seeping less.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love frogtape for all my painting projects! Highly recommended!Published 16 days ago by Laure Marini
Frog tape is awesome. Use it for painting at home and in my rental houses. Works much much better than the cheap blue painters tape for sharp lines without worrying about paint... Read morePublished 19 days ago by whatevrworks
Used for a spray painting project. No leakage at all and easy to remove.Published 19 days ago by Piaf
We have been using Frogtape for years now. We discovered it 4 years ago when we painted our son's nursery and was going to use stripes. Read morePublished 1 month ago by crazypelo77