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Grumpy
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reply to nyrrule27

Re: Paint a room. primer or no primer

A little off topic, but if you buy one of these, you'll be very glad you did:

I favor a high quality brush. They make life easier and produce better results. That's not to say I won't use a fifty cent brush for small oil jobs when warranted, but anyway...

I tend to stick to Purdy, Wooster Alpha, some Coronas, and so on.

A paint guy recommended one of these a month or so ago:

»www.thepaintstore.com/Proform_Pi···/329.htm

Picasso brushes. As far as cutting an edge - like nothing I've ever used. Incredible brush. I free hand edged a pantry's trim with 3 doors and a built cabinet. It almost looks like a laser guided paint brush did the cutting, and I am not a pro by any means. My local True Value sells them.

»www.jackpauhl.com/picasso-pic1-2···visited/

»www.proformtech.com/

A 2.5 inch sash brush cost me around $10. Can't remember the exact price.