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Description If you've got a DIY painting job to do, this roller and paint tray set is all you need to transform that room into something amazing. The nine inch roller features a removable sheepskin sleeve suitabl... more

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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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Super

AdvantagesThick finish, good coverage, little preparation, range of colours, smooth feel

DisadvantagesExpensive, can be tricky to apply due to the thick finish

...get. Furniture restoration has always been a dream of mine. Personally I am a huge fan of white furniture or anything with a ?shabby chic? feel and having recently discovered furniture painted in vivid shades of blue and green I love them too. Therefore I was pleased when I came across this chalk paint by Annie Sloan several months ago. At the time I had nothing to paint and consequently I held off...

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Good

“Pad, roller or brush???”

published 05/07/2011

AdvantagesQuick coverage using the large pad, very easy to wash out, no splashes if used correctly

DisadvantagesMay not last as long as a roller or brush, didn't use the edging pads, not worth buying as a set

...various rooms in our house (and myself) in gloss & emulsion. As my husband has an aversion to decorating, he has been known to purchase various products to (allegedly) make painting easier/quicker. The Anza Solutions Paint Pad Set was the latest addition to this merry band of (largely discarded) products. We purchased ours from B&Q for just over £10 and the set included a paint try (roller tray...

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