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Easi Paint part 1 – painting a flat surface with the EASI PAINT DIY PAINTING KIT

How to paint a flat surface using the EASI PAINT DIY PAINTING KIT

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Easi Paint part 2 – painting a rough surface with EASI PAINT DIY PAINTING KIT

How to paint a rough surface using the EASI PAINT DIY PAINTING KIT

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Easi Paint part 3 – painting a VJ wall with the EASI PAINT DIY PAINTING KIT

How to paint a VJ wall using the EASI PAINT DIY PAINTING KIT

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Easi Paint part 4 – painting a ceiling with the EASI PAINT DIY PAINTING KIT

How to paint a ceiling with the EASI PAINT DIY PAINTING KIT

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Easi Paint part 5 – Using enamel paints with the EASI PAINT DIY PAINTING KIT

Using enamel paints with the EASI PAINT DIY PAINTING KIT

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Easi Paint part 6 – cutting in with the EASI PAINT DIY PAINTING KIT

Cutting in and edging with the EASI PAINT DIY PAINTING KIT

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Easi Paint part 7 – what’s in the EASI PAINT DIY PAINTING KIT & handy hints

What’s in the EASI PAINT DIY PAINTING KIT & handy hints

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  1. Ceiling says:

    Struggling with ceiling painting. Either get no coverage or drips. Any extra tips?

    • admin says:

      Sounds like the paint is too thick. Particularly some ceiling paints are overly thick when you buy them.
      I highly recommend reading the following post Mixing and thinning paint.
      Also ensure your extension pole (if you are using one) is long enough to allow the pad surface to sit flat against the ceiling. Dont use too much pressure and be sure to squeeze excess paint from the pad by lightly running it along the drip-gutter lip of the loading tray every so often (every five reloads or so). Make sure the direction of movement when removing excess paint buildup (usually from painting upside down. EG: ceilings) is from the tray roller area towards the drip-gutter lip (so the excess paint runs back into the tray).

      We recently painted a friends two story house interior. The paint was already supplied. We had 14 litres of ceiling paint; 10 litres of brand x and 4 litres of brand y. There was a noticeable difference in the consistency of the paint brands. Unfortunately for us the 10 litre batch was much courser to apply.
      As a rule of thumb, whenever using water based paints (gloss acrylic excluded as it usually shouldn’t be thinned) always make sure you thin the paint down before using it for best results.
      We will be posting a new article on the painting job we did as it was a good example for painting large raw gyprock surfaces. The new article wont be available until early 2012.

  2. John Wood says:

    Have been using the pad system for some 20 years now and have found them the best way to paint quickly and cleanly. I use far less drop sheets since there are few drops! The finish is more professional and I believe that less paint is actually used. I have not seem the original system for years and the only pads available now are copies oof the original with out the drums for paint application. So glad to find this site!
    Keep up the great work!

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