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Spanking deal!! Spent as much as this in water washing the last lot!
good price but not the best reviews.
Thanks, I don't need it now but someone will make me use it!
Actually bought 2 as I will no doubt get my head nipped in a few years time.
noddle3607/02/2020 23:33

good price but not the best reviews.


Do reviews matter under a Fiver?
chriscioffi8807/02/2020 23:15

Spanking deal!! Spent as much as this in water washing the last lot!


Line your paint tray with cling film
MonkeyMan9008/02/2020 00:05

Line your paint tray with cling film


And the brushes with tin foil
wayne.pearsall08/02/2020 00:08

And the brushes with tin foil


No because that's idiotic. Lining a paint tray with cling film is sensible and doesn't effect the paint going on the roller
MonkeyMan9008/02/2020 00:13

No because that's idiotic. Lining a paint tray with cling film is sensible …No because that's idiotic. Lining a paint tray with cling film is sensible and doesn't effect the paint going on the roller


“affect”.
dpathic200107/02/2020 23:43

Do reviews matter under a Fiver?

Up to yourself but sounds like others have to buy another style decorating kit set on top of this one so they have wasted their time and money having to throw parts of this one out and wait for the new one to arrive.
MonkeyMan9008/02/2020 00:13

No because that's idiotic. Lining a paint tray with cling film is sensible …No because that's idiotic. Lining a paint tray with cling film is sensible and doesn't effect the paint going on the roller


Actually wrapping the brush with tin foil means they don't dry out so fast... So you don't need to clean them every night... 😁 Tin foil is easier to unravel then cling film
What would you guys suggest the best mix for a mist coat is?


Sorry, just stirring
Edited by: "imak" 8th Feb
wayne.pearsall08/02/2020 01:45

Actually wrapping the brush with tin foil means they don't dry out so …Actually wrapping the brush with tin foil means they don't dry out so fast... So you don't need to clean them every night... 😁 Tin foil is easier to unravel then cling film


I’ll have to try that one. What I usually do though is use non recyclable plastic bags, the ones supermarkets seem to still be using for veg etc. Works a treat and gives the plastic a bit more purpose before it goes for incineration.
Get ready to pick the bristles off your paint work!
daveandvera08/02/2020 09:05

Get ready to pick the bristles off your paint work!


Used the brushes from this set applying emulsion last week and not one bristle
daveandvera08/02/2020 09:05

Get ready to pick the bristles off your paint work!


That was my first thought ..... And some one used to paint for a living I would really stay clear from cheap brushes / rollers.

It'll look like it's snowed using the roller as it doesn't keep the paint, and the brush will keep leaving hairs that you'll either see and spend half a picking. Or then miss is and have bits of brush on your wall
wayne.pearsall08/02/2020 01:45

Actually wrapping the brush with tin foil means they don't dry out so …Actually wrapping the brush with tin foil means they don't dry out so fast... So you don't need to clean them every night... 😁 Tin foil is easier to unravel then cling film


When not using them yes fully agreed. But not for painting with lol
MonkeyMan9008/02/2020 09:56

When not using them yes fully agreed. But not for painting with lol


Well it may make it difficult 😁
DearSatan08/02/2020 08:13

I’ll have to try that one. What I usually do though is use non recyclable p …I’ll have to try that one. What I usually do though is use non recyclable plastic bags, the ones supermarkets seem to still be using for veg etc. Works a treat and gives the plastic a bit more purpose before it goes for incineration.

That works too. But I find it lets too much air in so the paint starts to cure.
Can also just dump them in a pot of water. Imo a 50p brush isn't worth saving after a job is complete. But if your using it daily it won't be an issue.
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