A: Thank you for your question! FrogTape Multi Surface painter's tape is recommended for use on carpet, cured painted walls, glass, metal, stone and unfinished wood. If you wish to use it on aluminum siding we would advise to test it first. FrogTape will work best on smooth surfaces, however, if you still wish to use FrogTape on textured surfaces, one method is to apply a thin coat of your base color along the tape edge first. This activates the PaintBlock Technology and also ensures any initial bleed through that may happen will be the same base color as your wall. If you don't have access to your original base color, another method for painting on textured surfaces involves caulking along the tape edge before you paint. The moisture of the caulk activates the PaintBlock Technology and creates an additional seal against paint seepage.
A: I did run into some old paint peeling on my ceiling with this tape, but it was very few and far between, maybe a 1 inch spot here and there. Otherwise it did very well everywhere else.
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A: best to remove the tape within a day...otherwise the paint can set so hard that any on the edge will pull away the dried paint and cause the problem described.
A: Frog tape will not peal the paint from your ceiling, that is what I used it for and it worked very well.
A: No, this tape won't peel your paint when you pull it up.
A: When removing tape pull it back keeping close to piece / wall, not out. This will minimize lifting of old paint.
A: No wont harm the walls !! Comes right off !!
A: It should not peel the paint off your walls as long as the wall paint isn't fresh and uncured (check the paint can for how long it takes the paint to reach its fully cured state). Unlike conventional beige masking tape, the frog tape's adhesive is designed to be easier to peel off.
A: No, it won't peel your wall paint.
A: My experience with this tape is that you really need to keep the paint very light on the edge or it will seep under. And depending on how good the paint quality and or coats the tape could pull up the paint. I had good success with light coat at the edge and pull it up slowly. Hope that helps
A: this great tape good for remark the separation of colors and not peal the pain ok
A: No this tape is great
A: Maybe. It depends on the condition of your walls. I normally have no trouble with this tape pulling paint, but recently did a job where I was removing a texture from a ceiling and had to plastic off the walls. When I pulled the plastic and tape, it did remove some of the wall paint so I had to cut in the walls again to get a clean line. The walls had an older paint job and the corners were rough from the texture mud, so that probably contributed. If the walls are smooth, solid, and have a newer coat of paint the tape should release without pulling paint.
A: This is a Great product , I have left the tape on for 5 days no problem. Good Luck. DEJIA
A: Thank you for your question! The tape can stay on up to 21 days (7 days if exposed to direct sunlight) before painting as long as the tape is applied on a fully cured painted surface. The tape should be removed immediately after painting.
A: I just checked a piece of tape that was over a month on satin painted wall. So it would depend on the wall. Is the wall bare sheetrock, wood, stucco, etc. Is the coating, flat, primer, satin, gloss, lacquer, stain, etc. Anyway for my wall that is satin paint over a month.
A: I have left this tape on woodwork for several weeks without any problems. I would try not to let it go that long just to be safe. A tip I got from my local HD; just the hint of being dry to your touch. paint department head was to remove the tape almost as soon as you finish painting (a wall, for example). Pull at a 45 degree angle away from the painted surface. You will be amazed how nice the painted surface will turnout! Best painting tip I ever got. Good luck!!
A: I personally have not left this tape on the wall longer than 48 hours. At this stage it still did a good job of sharp lines and easy removal.