When you have a stripe-painting project, what do you buy? Painter’s tape. Frog Tape if you’re really smart. While Frog Tape is perfect for painting stripes and other patterns, I have found that I use it for more non-painting projects than painting ones. I am not challenged by Frog Tape each month to come up with a new use for their product. I actually use it a couple times a month for random projects and then think, “Oh! I can use this for my Frog Tape Blog Squad post!” I wouldn’t have agreed to participate if it was going to be something forced and contrived.
So, how did I use Frog Tape in February?
Well, I first used it when I was grouting my back splash. Grout can be messy and I didn’t want to get it on the wall, so I used Frog Tape when I was working around the edges.
…and I used the delicate surface Frog Tape when we were working on the counters. We had two pieces that were almost the same size, but one was going to be routed on two sides and the other just one. I didn’t want to get them confused, so I used Frog Tape to label them.
I reached for Frog Tape because I knew it wouldn’t leave a sticky residue on the unfinished butcher block.
So, even if you don’t have a stripe or chevron painting project on the horizon, you might want to pick up a roll of Frog Tape. I think you’ll be surprised how many times you reach for it!
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post brought to you by Frog Tape. The opinions are completely my own based on my experience.