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Harris Large Black Paint guard
This large sized, black paint guard from Harris is made from plastic. It's great for protecting yourself and your clothes from all paints and varnishes when used to create neat lines, and where precision is essential.
- 44.5cm longest side
Features and benefits
- Recycling gives waste materials a second life - making better use of resources
asb71 - 25 day ago
Absolutely useless! Used to cut in bends when any pressure applied!!
Perfect Job and Finish
Grandadnash49 - 1 month ago
After reading all the negative reviews I was a little unsure but bought one anyway. What are people moaning about, this painting aid is fantastic and made for the exact job it is detailing. I found the edge to very straight and I had no problems at all Well done Harris for making such a simple and effective painting protector.Fully recommend it
Billyrk93 - 5 month ago
Don’t bother, these aren’t straight, paint will seep underneath as it’s poorly moulded, also isn’t straight
Please read this before making judgement
Pjh22 - 5 month ago
Ok so having read reviews prior to buying this I wasnt hoping for miracles. This does do the job but it does take practice. I have made up a few do's and dont's to hopefully help.
Do use a small brush
Do only use the middle part of this straight tool if you bought the large (I bought the large thinking I'd be able to cover bigger areas quicker! I was wrong. It's not worth going to the ends with the big one as it's hard to hold it still and bends!)
As per my comment above DO buy the smaller one!
Do (and this is the most important) do clean the tool EVERY time you move it. I simply wiped it on my painting clothes.
And now for the Dont's...
Don't over load your brush just a dab will do.
Dont push the brush to the edge of the tool, instead push the brush to the wall a little bit away and allow the bristles to fan to the edge. Pushing the brush to the tool will cause paint to seep under!
Dont try to do too bigger brush strokes just do about a 6inch stroke at a time.
Dont give up. Try an area to practice first.
But honestly if you follow my tips you should be able to get good results. It really isnt as bad as some of the reviews once you get the hang of it. And it is way quicker than masking a room!
Terrible, Waste of Money
lauren131992 - 6 month ago
I thought this might be the solution to cutting in but the tool is poorly cut. As it isn't perfectly straight it doesn't hug the skirting board close enough to stop paint seeping through. Don't bother, just use frog tape instead!