rolemodel29: Not tht great would always recommend tape
CantWeedThis: Dont use or buy this crap it wont do the clean crisp paint job you want.
Thats why the video is not in HD and thats why they didnt even show you a
closeup.I mean really no closeup? Thats like trying to sell you a diamond
from behind stained glass. Thats also why not a single professional painter
uses this. We all wish it was this easy but its not. Thats why you see bad
paint jobs everywhere and professionals always use a quality brush. This is
just another crap marketing gimmick. Peace
AbuBishir: Accubrush is better
amutimer100: I think we can see a gap between the paint and the molding. This has
happened to me with other wheeled paint pads. It looks wrong, wrong wrong!
Actually, if you think about it, this is more or less bound to happen
because the guard sticks out beyond the edge of the pad.
TheIndypacers: Sucks I paid for this years back and forgot the reason why I didn't use it
now I remember after buying it again. It sucks thank god I taped before
tekatero: @JessMenu What about accubrush, would you recommend it?
utoober1111: Don't waste your money on these gadgets, they never work as nicely as
advertised. Invest your money in a good brush and good tape (i.e., Frog).
clark165c1: The biggest problem was after doing the roller work, in good lighting I can
easily see the lines from the edger. Maybe I'm an idiot but I never
expected this. Perhaps most people edge an area, put down the edger or
brush and pickup the roller and paint that area right away. Doing things
this way might eliminate this problem. But I prefer to get all of the
edging done first rather than switch back and forth. Lines have never been
a problem for me when using a paint brush, though I do feather.
ridezarize: Leaves streaks, doesn't carry paint, still need brush for many places. Just
use brush and tape. Better yet, tape and run 4inch cut in roller (has fuzzy
end) above that counter and up corners of room real quick. Frog tape sucks
btw, it's expensive and doesn't stick well. I use 3m blue and don't get
bleeds. Just taped all off trim, cabinets etc in order to paint walls in
large high-end home, brush ceiling line and 4" roll below that, then 4 inch
roll every other cut-in and 18" roll walls.
capoman1: Your hair is perfect.
alinhilde: Aaaah. I was missing the scrape step! :)
Zeliuos3184: Mom gave me a bucket full of tool and told me to pain a room, had no idea
how the hell to use this thing.......
32lilbruce: if it saves time and does a better job, why not?
towfiqul haque: sureline leaves an unpainted line between the skirting and the wall you
have just painted, i can even see this from the distance you have
minipulated the camera to be in. why not go in for a closer look. i prefer
the accubrush because it solves that problem. sureline is a big money
player that tried to snake its way around the accubrush patent right?
parasitic profiteering and big bully marketing. thats the american way.
MAGICHUSTLEENT: This is one charismatic-as-hell salesman. I'm gonna go buy 50 of these.
CBVideoGster: I agree - this thing sucks! Tried it last nite to cut into a corner ceiling
and wall. The paint bled no matter what I did. Do not waste your money on
this thing. Use a brush and practice doing a straight line without any
alinhilde: Followed this technique step for step and this is the first time I've
painted the walls without getting paint all over the ceiling and the
molding! The retractable edge guards are great, and when you scrape the
excess paint off the pad you won't get paint all over them (which was
always my problem). Did the whole room without having to clean the edger
CantWeedThis: On a second look i see exactly what they did to give the false impression
that this works. You see the thick white caulk bead ontop of the
backsplash. They prepped the edge like that to give off an illusion of a
clean cutin. But theres actually an ugly jagged edge and a gap between
thetop of the backsplash. Its suppose to be tight if you actually wanna
look at it and say "nice" green paint with a white line against the black
counter looks stupid lol
Joseph Enero: Ive been painting as a contractor for about 7 years without any cutting
tools, just a Purdy brush. Now I have labours using this cutting tool.
Works great if used right. TIME IS MONEY !!
kcmusickc: I tried this thing a bunch of times, it sucks, i had to constantly clean
the plastic guide and I still got paint in the wrong places. I do not
recommend it, you will end up throwing it away. I paint for a living and
really tried to give it a try. Not worth the hassle.
sabotage427: very good information, will use this as a selling point for my paint
customers Dept Mgr store #518
Enl1gtend: how da hell did longboarding bring me here?
2LateIWon: I guess they fixed the audio
2LateIWon: dude kill that cricket LOL
scottiebody1: Professional painters just stck to the old basic's PLEASE! A brush and a
good steady hand thats all you need dam! Home owners buy crap like this!