Back with a question about how to remove the frog tape
After reading posts on this forum I decided to say to h#$l with the painter and to do the extra coats of floor paint myself. To get good coverage on the mdf subflooring I had to roll on an additional 3 coats to each floor (red, yellow, orange). Oh, and I spent a lot of time prepping the floors - removing staples, bristles, and other globs that were sticking up. The yellow really needs another coat but I ran out of paint. Before painting I went out and got a good brush and green frog tape.
My question is how to remove the tape to make sure that the edge of the paint job doesn't come up too. I really painted over the tape quite a bit. I don't want to ruin the edges accidentally and them look raggedy. Thanks.
Oh, and I also have a question about how to touch up the spots on the white walls and woodwork where I got paint and did not notice in time to wipe off.
Here are some pics of the floors
ps. the paint was a Glidden concrete floor paint. Learned my lesson about color choice and coverage, that is for sure.