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Not for me

“Horrible!”

published 23/07/2015

AdvantagesStruggling to find any

DisadvantagesEverything about it

...of painting. I had seen an advert about the paint pad pro and it looked amazing so when I had loads of painting to do I wanted one because I thought it would make the painting easier and quicker and lighten my load a little. It cost £19.99 which was supposedly a special offer but I haven?t really seen it sold for any other price so I think that is really what it?s price is and the so called special...

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Satisfactory

AdvantagesDrip free - well so far! Lots of accurate edging options

DisadvantagesVery sluggish and heavy to use with typical paint. Expensive if it's only good at edges!

...presentations is to wait for one of the minor TV stations to go off air, leaving behind it a succession of advertising features until the re-runs of Judge Judy start all over again. Thus is was that I found myself looking at the Paint Pad Pro, endorsed by your favourite Bob the Builder look-alike, Tommy Walsh. I?m not sure why I was watching this for any length of time, but it may be to do with setting up...

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Good

Advantagesgood all rounder

Disadvantagessmall bristle loss

...It is always a good idea to buy a good quality paint brush. For the brush costing around £1 too £12, these brushes seemed to be appropriate for all decorating jobs from oil based paints to water based emulsions. If you buy a cheap brush set you will be forever removing bristles from surface you are painting on. With these brushes there was hardly any bristle loss from the brushes. You don't have...

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