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Frogtape Yellow Masking Tape (L)41.1m (W)24mm
- Easy tear
- For use on freshly painted surfaces, most wallpapers & newly plastered walls
- Suitable for emulsion paints
Features and benefits
- Treated with PaintBlock® Technology to give a high performance every time - Keeps Paint Out. Keeps Lines Sharp™
- Reacts with emulsion paint and instantly gels to form a micro-barrier that seals the edges of the tape
- Will remove cleanly from most surfaces for up to 60 days, for best results remove immediately after painting
- With convenient protective canister
|Adhesive type||Removable adhesive|
|CE marked||Not CE marked|
|Electrically insulated||Not insulated|
|Recommended use period||60days|
|Resistant to water||Not water resistant|
Terrible product! Avoid.
Anonymous - 1 month ago
I bought this product to paint a feature wall in my study. I applied it to fresh, dry Farrow & Ball paint and upon removal it took huge chunks of the new paint off the wall! A complete waste of time and money and a product that is not fit for purpose. Avoid at all costs.
Did more damage than any other masking tape
JYY - 1 month ago
I used this for the first time having paid the extra to avoid damage to my new paintwork. I read the instructions carefully and followed them to the letter. Despite this, the tape ripped my ceiling paintwork back to the plaster almost all the way around the perimeter. And YES I HAD prepped my plaster and painted it correctly, and allowed a week for drying. This tape claims to be for delicate freshly painted surfaces but was way too tacky. Will never buy again.
It’s low tack masking tape, cheaper alternatives.
JohnB87 - 2 months ago
I wasn’t convinced, too expensive. It’s low tack but a reputable home shop beginning with a W sell an own brand yellow tap which is better for 2 quidd
RNealon - 4 months ago
Bought this to do a feature wall in my sons room after being plastered. Followed all the steps regarding painting onto new plaster. Put the frog tape on the paint and it’s pulled all the paint (4 costs!) off the wall back to the bare plaster. Very disappointed with this product! Will definitely NOT use again
AJY - 5 months ago
Always use the yellow for all surfaces and always leave clean lines when pressed onto surface with pressure. Taken off after painting by pulling it back on itself and pulls off no paint 99% of the time (nothings perfect). The negative reviews are from people who clearly dont know how to use it correctly.