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Paint runner, does it work?

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Ebay number 130294231014 Has anyone tried it, do they actually work? Read More
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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
Ebay number 130294231014

Has anyone tried it, do they actually work?
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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
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#1
I personally would go for the B&Q Dulux paint pod, they were in my local 1/2 price down from over 60 to only 34. It's the same as this one. Item number: 260382656300
#2
bluetigermobiles
I personally would go for the B&Q Dulux paint pod, they were in my local 1/2 price down from over 60 to only 34. It's the same as this one. Item number: 260382656300


Dont you have to use there paint which is massively overpriced?
#3
Get a normal roller and a few small brushes including a fitch :thumbsup:
#4
Shengis
Get a normal roller and a few small brushes including a fitch :thumbsup:


I dont get on very well with painting, need to do a ceiling, paint will just go everywhere.
#5
the__mayster
I dont get on very well with painting, need to do a ceiling, paint will just go everywhere.


Well I reckon if you buy one of those 'quick valueless ****' (QVC for short lol) copy rollers you'll be wasting your time and money. From all accounts you need to water the paint right down for them to work which means many coats to get good coverage.
#6
that annoying handy andy has just been unsing one on itv to show you how easy they are think id prefer good old roller and brushes looks like alot to clean
#7
Seriously don't bother. By the time you've filled it with paint it's pretty heavy & cumbersome. They make it look so smooth & easy on the video but don't fall for it. I bought 1 as I was decorating the whole house but after doing 1 wall I gave up & bought some normal rollers. Also what a game cleaning afterwards. Save yourself £30
#8
Shengis
Get a normal roller and a few small brushes including a fitch :thumbsup:



agree , gimmick paint rollers are a waste of time , normal roller then bin it :thumbsup:


the__mayster
I dont get on very well with painting, need to do a ceiling, paint will just go everywhere.



put tarpaulin down and don't overload ya roller :)

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