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Do I need to thin down water based paint?

Q Can I do louvre doors?
Q Can I use a brush for water paint, wash it out and then use that same brush for oil paint? And vice versa? Or must I have two identical brushes and keep them separate - one only to be used for water paint and one only to be used for oil paint?
Q Can I use the brushes on brickwork?
Q Can I use the brushes on textured hardy plank?
Q Can I use thinners to clean up polyurethane?
Q Can I use timber oil on decking?
Q Can I use varnish?
Q Do I need to do anything before using the brushes?
Q Do I need to thin down oil based paint?
Q How can I paint rough timber?
Q How do I attach or detach a pad to/from a brush?
Q How do I get a fantastic finish with oil based paint?
Q How do I get a straight line where 2 colours meet in a corner?
Q How do I get into the corner where wall meets the same coloured wall?
Q How do I get the extension clip out?
Q How do I load the brushes?
Q How do I paint a cornice?
Q How do I paint a door?
Q How do I remove the pads so that I can replace them?
Q How much paint do I put in the tray? How full?
Q How would i go using the faux finish pad with suede paint effects?
Q I have a big floor to do with estapol, can I use the large brush?
Q Should I do the cutting in first?
Q What is the best method to paint double hung windows using oil-based enamel?
Q What's the best way to do cutting in and edging?
Q What's the best way to paint a ceiling?
Q What's the best way to paint a plaster wall?
Q What's the best way to paint cement render?
Q What's the easiest way to paint lattice?
Q What's the easiest way to wash the pads?
Q Which brush do I use for VJ panelling?
Q Which brush would I use for wrought iron?
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Did you know that a professional painter is trained over many years to get a better job ... done faster ... using a lot less paint?
They are trained to ... use the right consistency of paint ... not too thick ... they learn to apply the paint with only the tips of the bristles of a good quality brush ... and to only load paint to the tips of the bristles ... so as to apply just the right amount of paint to the job.
The Easi-Paint system simply employs the correct principals of painting ... ensuring that you are applying paint with only the tips of the bristles ... by supplying you with a loading system which makes sure you load the right amount of paint to the bristles ... to give you fantastic coverage but not enough to drip ... remember only twice over the mixing loading roller ... and teaching you how to easily adjust the consistency of the paint to suit the system you are applying it with ... easy when you know how.
You will achieve about the same coverage rate as a trained professional ... which is approximately half the amount of water based paint you would have used with traditional brushes and rollers and you will be producing a better looking ... longer lasting finish ... just as the professionals do ... of course with with the high cost of modern paints ... this represents a huge saving in paint costs. Easi-Paint will pay for itself in the first large room that you paint ... and after that the savings are all yours.
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