Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 1171
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Jenny Crisp paint lines
I used this tape to do a 24' herringbone wall in a school. I applied the tape and then painted over it with a white paint to seal it in and then let it cure. That gave me the sharpest lines I have ever had. I loved how the wall turned out. It was important to me that they were crisp since it was white lines against a dark navy blue and that is why I chose Frog Tape. It lived up to the claim 100% but in my experience you do have to wet it first either with a damp cloth or by painting it whatever color it is over to ensure a crisp line.
September 22, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by ThisOldGarageNJ Way Better Than An 8 Track Tape
This is a great painters tape, Obviously way better than an 8 track. Press down your edges with a fingertip spoon, plastic knife, etc,,,, You will get a clean sharp edge, This works really well... One of the most important things to remember is to pull off the tape when the paint is still wet and you will get a cleaner line. If you wait till it dries you stand the possibility of pulling the fresh paint off the wall.... A nice quality product, It also comes in a handy storage container that keeps it from getting banged up, which can cause it to rip when your applying it. And the container is made to be reused for storage of any small items,
August 10, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by cmh33 Best painting tape there is!
I will never go back to using the blue tape again. As you can see from the pictures I posted that this is the best tape to use when you paint if you aren't a professional. I am not a professional painter but I paint a lot but never was able to cut in very well and I rely on the painter tape to keep the paint off the areas underneath it. Frog tape does exactly that, you don't have to worry about getting the paint on anything that has the tape on it.
June 14, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Greg A Towel Helps It Stick!
I love this tape! I’m a real stickler for clean paint lines, so getting the tape to stick to the wall with NO GAPS is very important. This tape is pretty flexible and you can use the corner of a dry towel or washcloth to run along the tape to help it stick. Just use your thumb and apply a good amount of pressure through the towel down on the tape. The soft surface of the towel will help the tape to form itself to the texture of the wall and eliminate the gaps in the tape before you paint. Once dry, use a box knife to gently cut along the tape line so that you don’t get peeling when you remove the tape. I hope this helps, and good luck on your paint project!
December 11, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by a1i50n unimpressed
Bought this after all the hype on the commercials when I couldn't find blue tape that'd been packed up in a moving box. While it does create a beautiful line (when you can actually get it to adhere), I wasted about 1/3 of the roll replacing what kept falling off the wall and the ceiling, so dug around until I found the blue tape, but ran out before finishing my project...and the blue made lines just as good. Picture shows clean, dry, cured painted, non-textured ceiling, and the tape just will not stick no matter what methods I try...the weight of the tape keeps pulling more and more down the longer it's up there. Very disappointing since HD is 30 miles away, so I just have to put off my painting project until the next time I go to town so I can buy more of the blue stuff.
July 2, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Jknight611 Serious paint bleed
We used this tape when painting a boat, we assured the tape was properly stuck down and we ended up with about 50% of the taped areas having serious paint bleed. Make a lot more work and gave very poor results! Would not recommend this product
September 20, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Worked Green, blue, no difference...
It worked just as good as the blue stuff, only it doesn't tear as bad. I had some bleed at the edges but I just think the tape wasn't pushed down tight enough. Just rerun your finger over it before you paint to make sure.
July 14, 2015