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Diall Paint pad set, Pack of 4
All paints and varnishes, this paint pad set from Diall will make painting your home even easier. It has been designed for comfort whilst working.
- Suitable for All paints & varnishes
- Comes with 1x tray with fixed roller, adjustable handle, 200mm paint pad & 100mm paint pad
Features and benefits
- Features a multi-position locking handle that allows the pad to be fixed in different positions
- Provides a container for your paint whilst you decorate
- A quick, easy and mess free painting solution
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This is awesome
JenHen82 - 5 months ago
I have used this on 4 floors in my house now with both varnish and paint. By the end of the 4th floor is is now dead and I need a new pad but it has washed brilliantly in between at least 3 coats of varnish on each floor I have used it with so that’s 12 times. It gives an even finish and screwed onto our extension pole no bother. One of the best investments I made last year, I just wish I’d had it for the year before!
Cheap and NOT cheerful
2Coats - 6 months ago
these are cheap, they perform cheaply. Poor paint application and pads do lock onto the handle but easily fall off with minimal pressure. Angle adjuster despite having a screw an push button, still is not steady.
Joanne098765 - 8 months ago
I've used pads for years but thought I'd test myself with a quality brand........ Big mistake, the handle isn't secure and moved angles whilst painting and the pad gets clogged up and fluffy. I'll be returning to my usual cheaper brand from else where!!!
Manpoole - 8 months ago
I was going to buy a similar product from another store. However Covid-19 caused me reeservations about going there. So I paid the higher B+Q overcharged price. Do I have any real complaints.. Living room, bedroom and hallway later. Not really! I do offer some advice though. Soak the pads in warm soapy water for a couple of hours before you wash them out. The pad roller can introduce air into the paint and cause the roller to stick and thicken the paint (icecream makers do the same trick to fool you into thinking you have more). Just roll in the opposite direction for a couple of fills and it works fine... One last tip! Beware the pads do have an operational direction. So when you rub the pad prior to use to get rid of loose fluff make sure you fit the pad in the direction you are going to paint.
Paint used so far.. Crown white emulsion and Dulux emulsion.
(Yes the handle joint is not as strong as you might want then again bad workmen always blame their tools. so just slow down and get your technique right)
Louie 123 - 9 months ago
I bought this product last week, I've used paint pads for years. Don't like these at all. Handle moves and as for the roller, it's a good idea but it just doesn't stay in place. Therefore your getting paint on your hands trying to put back. Gave up on roller in the end.