Used this tape for years. Never had a problem. But this recent roll is tearing up all of the paint I’ve already applied.
Incredibly thrilled to paint what I already have for the second time! I know why I choose Green Tape!
Not sure what “PaintBlock” is, but this didn’t work at all. I followed some tips to run a tool along edge to seal it and it still let paint bleed. I have had better luck with Scotch Sharp Lines pant and wont use Frog Tape again
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This is way better than the blue tape. I don't tape often because I've become pretty skilled at u...
This is way better than the blue tape. I don't tape often because I've become pretty skilled at using a 1" brush, but when I do tape, this is the only one I'll use. It sticks better and there's no bleeding.
The reviews by Rob and "Midget", what a name there... Just for example are the user errors not tape error. The one that ripped enamel posted by "Midget"v. should have known to use delicate yellow frog tape and Rob's baseboard error is obvious the tape was not adhered completely and sealed flush to the wall and it was lifted due to bad masking job. It's a great tape if you use it properly. Those who have problems are you using incorrectly. I would recommend this tape btand to anybody who is willing to apply it properly. If not just buy the lesser blue 3M tape since you're going to mess it up anyways... "Midget" must only reach the green multi-surface tape on the display rack.
Works great. I needed to paint my oven hood and did want any paint to get on my cabinets. Oil based paint can be hard to remove especially when drying.
This tape prevented any errors leaving me a perfect job. The tape was easy to remove and did not damage to my cabinets.
I normally purchase the blue painters tape when I’m painting but I read some reviews on the frog tape that it produces straight lines for corners where two different colors meet. Every review I read raves about how well frog tape adheres to surfaces and produces super straight lines, so I splurged and paid the extra money for frog tape. Well, I feel duped! I’ve gotten straighter lines with the regular blue painters tape. I thought maybe I just didn’t press it down well enough, but every time I’ve used it, it’s bled....bad! Now I have to go back and correct all the bleeds. I will never buy frog tape again. I recommend regular old blue painters tape. Save your money.
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Response from Consumer EngagementAugust 18, 2020
Thank you for your review. We are sorry to hear and see the paint bleed you experienced. Textured surfaces can be very tricky. When cutting in, it is best to run a thin coat of your base color along the tape edge first. Doing so activates the PaintBlock, and any bleed through will be the same color as the base paint.