Don't do it, your setting yourself up for some extreme frustration.Ok, I will have to buy one of those angle brushes.
Why not, I have several of them and they work perfectly.You cant trust those sure-lines.
Paint the ceiling first.Should I paint the ceiling first or the wall first?
Oh gosh, we don't want to have any tape involved here.Is it easier to tape off the ceiling or wall?
That actually looks pretty bad to me, unless there's some kind of optical illusion. There's too much of a gap between the wall and ceiling, and the gap also shrinks from right to left. Even if the gap is constant, I don't think it's a good look.Dont tell me this tool doesnt work! It's perfection!
That's a false choice, you can paint just fine without a gap and without cramming. Lots of paints who learn the right technique are able to paint straight lines, or should I say lines that perfectly follow ceiling, or any edge for that matter.To much gap, I guess I'll take that vs paint crammed up into the corner and onto the ceiling that you feel is preferable! I like something that is straight and true!
There is none. It has wheels and it goes on one track only. There is a lot this thing can't do, including follow an old line that isn't perfect, assuming you aren't going to paint the ceiling again on repaints (which is the case 90% of the time.)And there is a lot of adjustability, your selling the tool short!
Not really, if you would take the time to read, maybe learn there is adjustment in the pad but as noted your just trying to diss a tool that provides a clean way to cut in a ceiling/wall paint line.It has wheels and it goes on one track only
The point is about adjustment as you go. If you adjust the spacing of the pad, it only works on perfect surfaces, of which there are virtually none. A hand brush allows that flexibility on the fly.Not really, if you would take the time to read, maybe learn there is adjustment in the pad
And has been told to you multiple times, it does not takes years of practice, only the right brush, the right way to hold it, and to be shown the right technique. It takes less time to learn the proper technique than it does to go and buy that gadget.You ignoring the intent of this forum/post, we are not talking about someone who has years of practice