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  • Are paint pads better than using a normal paint roller for walls and ceilings?

    Painters & Decorators

    Hello
    I am undergoing some redecoration of a bedroom at the moment. Recently we have replastered the walls and applied a first coat to the walls. Afterwards, we will be applying a second coat to the walls, then some minor repainting work on the ceiling afterwards.
    I have been told that using paint pads can provide a more even finish and are less messy to use, than normal paint rollers.
    Has anyone had any past experience of using both to compare?
    An even coat is my main priority with this, so if I can manage this with less mess using the paint pads, I’ll be keen to try them out.

    Asked by June on 18th Aug 2019
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    D'decor Ltd

    "Hi, I've used the pads before and I don't think it provides a more even finish but I've never used it on the ceiling before. I think a good roller on a stick to roll the ceiling is better also a soft brush for the edges or the cutting."

    Answered on 15th Sep 2019 - Member since Aug 2019 - report
    sortit4u

    "Hi. I have used paint pads in the past,but not on ceilings and found them to be messy.
    Best way to paint the ceiling is a good quality medium pile roller on a long pole and a soft brush to do the edges.
    Don't use cheap white paint,trade paint can be purchased quite cheap from Toolstation or Screwfix l would recommend Leyland contract Matt for ceilings
    Regards
    Brian from sortit4u"

    Answered on 19th Aug 2019 - Member since Aug 2019 - report

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