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Feb 19th 2010 9:42PM I had a boss once that had painted for 25 years, telling us that if we had to use tape, then we sucked at painting. His master-grade painting lines were just as crooked as if any mere mortal were to have done it. I also found it to be much faster to lay down the frog tape, then use a mini roller (w/o plastic cap on end) to cut your lines along the tape. I just figure if we have the technology for perfectly straight lines, not just "hey that's pretty freakin steady hand straight lines", then why not go with the tape?
Feb 19th 2010 9:34PM I'm glad this product is getting the advertisement it deserves. I have been able to stand from one point in a room, and peel every square inch of frog tape from my project, ceiling to floor, around door frames, without taking a step forward or backward. It sticks to itself, which is a plus, as when it doesn't, you'll be throwing time away by peeling all your masking off one little tiny piece at a time with the average masking tape. It leaves excellent edges. Not a drop bleeds through when you prepare the surface correctly. Seriously the best tape I've ever used.