Homebase Paint Roller Kit Reviews
Product Type: Homebase in Homeware
Description:Brand: Homebase / Type: Paint tray and roller
Newest Review: ... fabric on the roller is quite strong and doesn't tear easily. It hasn't left clumps of fur all over the wall and it hasn't ... more
Customer Homebase Paint Roller Kit Reviews (5)
by - written on 19/08/11 (Very useful, 116 readings)
I am starting to sound a bit like a painting expert for I have written several reviews on paint and brushes and what not. I tend to do the painting in our house as I quite enjoy it. I'm not a DIY expert, I don't know any hints and tips of the trade but I just work my way through. I always use a roller tray when painting, I don't think it would be possible to paint without one! I always tend to find the cheapest too as I normally just throw the tray away once I've finished painting which I know is probably very lazy of me but I do find quite often that the trays do not wash out properly and so if you re-use them it can affect the colour of paint you use. In ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/04/11 (Very useful, 221 readings)
Recently my mum and dad were decorating their spare room, my mum suffers from Lupus so cant do anything like decorating and with my Dad working 13 hour shifts it meant he couldn't always be there to do it so I offered to do the ceiling for them, after all its once a small room with a totally smooth ceiling (well with a few cracks in it) so it wasn't really going to take me long. I decided to use the largest brush we had thinking this would get the job done quickly, not the case, I managed to get the first coat on in a reasonable time but it was rather streaky. Disappointed with the finish the brush gave we took a trip to our local Homebase in search of a roller to give a Read the complete review
by - written on 04/01/13 (Very useful, 87 readings)
Since we have been living here in our cottage I have been working my way round trying to get all the rooms painted. The walls throughout the building are just plastered, but with random markings where the trowel has been, which fits in with the old age of the cottage. In the downstairs rooms there are beams on the ceiling with this same plaster effect in between. In the upstairs rooms the ceilings are smooth. I have explained this detail to you to as you need to know why I wanted the paint roller. I find it easy to paint the walls with the markings as I can see where I have been and the paint does not need to be perfect. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/03/13, updated on 17/03/13 (Very useful, 36 readings)
We replaced all the disgusting 70's artex in the house and had all the ceilings re plastered which meant a lot of painting (and weekend evenings) was needed to decorate afterwards. That's where this set comes in. This is not the cheapest paint roller kit at £5.99 but it is good quality. The cheapest i've seen is a £3.99 set from Toolstation but you get what you pay for. The kit comes in a plastic film wrapping which cannot be recycled. It is easy to open though, like opening a bag of crisps. The fabric on the roller is quite strong and doesn't tear easily. It hasn't left clumps of fur all over the wall and it hasn't shredded itself on the tray. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/03/13 (Very useful, 39 readings)
I officially hate decorating! I took on a beautiful big airy and light flat but one that needed a lot of work but that was ok I wanted the place my way anyway and had plenty of expert help on hand..... However its expensive, hard work and flipping messy and still although I have a flat I am not within it yet with work still happening to get the place looking right .I'im very fortunate like I have already mentioned to have expert help on hand but when I can I do a bit as well I like to as I really want to settle in this home and make it my own so that means to me having as much input as possible! When I was in Homebase shopping for essentials I was ... Read the complete review
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