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Frog Tape leaps onto TV and radio

Published: 29 March 2017

Shurtape UK is continuing to support its masking tape brand FrogTape  via a multi- platform national campaign.

 

The painting tape is being promoted with national actvity that includes terrestrial TV and UK-wide commercial radio, working with ITV’s Good Morning Britain and Heart FM throughout Spring.

Both creatives will focus on the sleek, straight lines that Frog Tape helps painters achieve, thanks to PaintBlock Technology, which forms a micro-barrier that seals the edges of the tape and prevents paint bleed. As the trend for creative painting and feature walls increases, Shurtape is demonstrating to consumers how easy it is to achieve a truly professional look in the home.

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