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Q Can I use this for painting weather boards
Q How do I attach or detach a pad to/from a brush?
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What I do is use a couple of used (or new) plastic bags.
I put the paint pad (still in the handle) in one bag and wrap it up. Not too tightly as its just to keep the air off it and stop the paint drying.

I also put the loaded paint tray in another bag, again the purpose is only to keep the air off it to stop the paint thickening.

Using this method we have found you can even get away with taking an extended break (EG: until the next day) as long as they are stored out of the sun in a cool shaded area.

Q HOW MANY ROOMS OR METERS LIKELY TO BE PAINTED BEFORE NEEDING TO REPLACE PADS ..AND HOW DO YOU KNOW WATERBASE AND OILBASE OVER PLASTERBOARD
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 What is the best way to paint underneath the bottom rail of a handrail when there is not enough space for the handle of the applicator.
Q Whats the best pad to use for rough outdoor surfaces?
Q Which brand of paint is best suited to these painting pads?
Q Which pad is used when applying Cetol Deck - (Cetol Deck is a microporour water replellent, pigmented, protective coating for timber - Merbau - decks) - and can it be applied using the long handle. Please specific the size and color of the pad.
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