Wooster Brush 1805 Dust Eater Duster Refill

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Wooster Brush 1805 Dust Eater Duster Refill

Wooster Brush 1805 Dust Eater Duster Refill

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Basic Brush Mate Clover Chemicals Coral Eco Union Go! Paint Hamilton Icon Protection Laddermat MPB Olfa Sealants & Caulk Ready Mixed Filler Powdered Filler Repair Care Wood Fillers 2 Part Fillers Grab Adhesive Filling Knives & Scrapers Arroworthy Brush Tote Ciret Fox (The) Monarch Paint Warrior Prodec Purdy Staalmeester Two Fussy Blokes Wooster And yes as Andy’s article said about working with high quality acrylic emulsions and the French fine surface wall surfacer fillers, I did go straight onto the filler with two coats of a colour, and it does work with no extra washcoat preparation coats needed. The consistency is excellent. Where is the main improvement coming from when following the Traditional Painter info? If I could afford a dust-free system I would. Yes I can reach the same level of finish with my Flex & Henry but it’s doing it the hard way, if working on a lot of areas. Organise the work area properly

For the purposes of demoing the Dust Eater, I turned off my vacuum and sanded with the Mirka CEROS. (A picture of how decorating used to be done!) The surface looks very much like those polished concrete floors & walls you get in designer homes. Cleaning up for painting

The test-bed room is our gym, which sounds very upmarket, but it’s a converted garage, albeit fairly well done. It was wired up for data, audio and a lot of extra power, plaster boarded, insulated and skimmed. We put down a high quality engineered hardwood floor that had been removed from the lounge. With my (home decorator) kit bag it’s a fair bit of effort to reach the very high standards I was after. With a professional kit bag of Mirka, Festools etc, I cannot imagine ‘not’ doing it this way. Even if you don’t decorate for a living or don’t do your own decorating, after reading this account from Andrew, a keen DIYer otherwise known as Amateur Hour64 over on the Traditional Painter forum, you will probably look much closer at a professionally plastered and painted wall and appreciate what you see. (And hope you don’t see this!)

I found a lot of small and larger concave and convex bubbles in the finish. Frustrating but it was an easy fix with a continental knife…..time consuming but saved on the sanding a good deal. Well, it should have saved on the sanding. And then the sanding!I was happy with how it performed on a period property where we prepared 1000m2 of walls and ceilings. Broad / Taping Knives Filling Knife & Scraper Sets Toupret Range Caulkers & Tools Caulking & Sealant Guns Skimming Blades Flexi Tubs

Application of filler was relatively easy on the larger areas, of which there was only one! But I found that the 10″ spreader was too large to fit into the tub. Sounds a minor detail but frustrating. So I loaded the spreader using a cheap flexible filling knife. Cleaner for me but probably sounds a little time too consuming if you are a pro? The light being so perfectly angled did in fact show more very small imperfections. I have to confess to filling & sanding these again but in all honestly I don’t know if it was needed or if it was just fear on my part. I suspect the latter. The result was absolutely flat white filled and sanded walls.If you have sanded previously painted walls, I would say the Dust Eater will make the surface super dust free in one good swipe. But wet your finger and wipe over a wall that has been skimmed with say a Toupret filler, and sanded, there will be some evidence of dust first time around. Same with a vacuum cleaner though, so you need to be more fastidious. With this tool, however, it is no effort compared to any other cleaning method I can think of on wide open spaces. How long does it last?

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