Doing this house renovation has led me to many great products to try out and one of them is Frog Tape. I started seeing these green rolls of tape around the home improvement stores and unless you are working on projects all the time, might not have the need to use them all that much. But, since I’m in the middle of a ton of home renovation projects, I’ve got the perfect opportunity to try out this green tape for myself.
Frogtape was a sponsor at Haven as well and gave out many samples for the attendees and I’ve received my own generous supply to use in my house. There are several different sizes of Frogtap, from 1” to 3 “ and all of them are useful.
I’ll be sharing lots of ways to use Frogtape over the next year and wanted to share my good news, so click on over to this page for all the details. In case I haven’t explained this before, when I do a sponsored post (most of the time), because of my affiliation with my ad network, I need to do those posts on ad-free pages. That’s part of being with Blogher. Thanks for your patience and for clicking over to read my posts.
Dagmar ~ Dagmar's momsense says
I love FrogTape! I used it a few weeks ago for the first time because I wasn’t happy with the blue tape. FrogTape isn’t as sticky and doesn’t rip off the paint under it, like the blue tape. And the edge it leaves is better. I’m a FrogTape lover from now on! 🙂
Have not seen this tape yet but we are moving into a new house and there will be several painting projects. I was dreading using the blue tape because the lines are never crisp. will try this one out!
I bet you will use the Frog Tape to do that checkered wall in your bedroom! I can hardly wait to see it. Love your blog and it is ok with me for you to do what you have to do to make money with your blog.
Yes, Sandy, that wall will definitely get some Frogtape.
I love Frog Tape too! I use it for all my painting projects.
I used this for the first time a few months ago, found it to be absolutely brilliant!
Loved the post.
I need to pick up some Frog Tape … look forward to a finished product with sharp, clean lines. Can’t wait to see your “special” master bedroom wall!
kirby carespodi says
I just finished doing a checkerboard floor in my living room–frog tape was a MUST!
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I tried the frog tape when I painted my railings in my home that were orange oak to a dark handrail and white spindles. Of course I did not want to get the dark stain on the white and did not want to get white paint on the dark stain. I know regular painters tape can have paint bleed under. I saw the frog tape and even though it was more expensive it was worth every penny. I will use the frog tape every time I paint. It save all the touch up and clean up when you take it off. I am sure you will love it.
Rhonda. I used to like reading your blog but I have to say I don’t like all the commercials you have lately. I feel like you are selling out. I can understand if you like a product and you mention it in your post but we don’t go on blogs to read commercials. We could watch TV for that.
HI, Debbie, well, I’m sorry you feel that way. I do a whole lot of posts that are not sponsored in the least, so I hope you’ll indulge me with one sponsored post a week or so. I try to keep it to a minimum, but getting to work with great brands is part of blogging now. I do this as a fulltime job now and hope my readers understand that talking about brands is part of that. I would never work with a brand I don’t like or believe in.