How to Apply and Remove Frogtape®
When using FrogTape® painter’s tape, there are a few easy tips you can follow to make sure you get sharp paint lines every time.
Clean your surface. Make sure it’s dust-free or dry.
Apply your tape to the surface. For experienced painters, unroll the tape in one long section and keep the roll flat against the wall. For less experienced painters, apply the tape in shorter sections to avoid stretching the tape.
Eliminate gaps and seal edges. Go over the edge of the tape with a firm plastic tool like a putty knife or plastic card.
Remove the tape while the paint is still wet for the best results. Depending on what FrogTape® product you use, check how long your tape can stay up.
Pull the tape off slowly at a 45-degree angle. If you hear ripping noises, it means you’re going too fast.
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