Anybody still use a brush on walls?
For the more advanced painters out there:
I don't get paid so I'm not a 'pro', but was trained by a pro painter (father in law) who isn't around anymore. I _hated_ painting until he showed me how to do it right -best brushes & rollers you can afford, clean them right and cut everything in, no tape ever
I know there are some holy wars about brushes and paint, he always steered me to Purdy XL brushes and Dutch Boy paint. Not sure why he liked Dutch Boy so much over other brands, he said is spread and cut just as good for less.
Now I am to the point that I'm looking at smaller rooms thinking I could do this whole thing with one drop cloth and less cleanup if I had a big 6 or 8" wall brush instead of a roller. (Hate cleaning rollers)
So back to the question - does anyone still use a brush on decent size walls or do I just not have a good roller technique? (tend to splatter little dots of paint on me and the nearby area).
Any downside to using a big brush?
Brush recommendations welcome, I see Purdy has the Titan XL in 4" and Pacer XL in 6".