@swcoast i was … @swcoast i was only having a laugh BUT……………………since you started to name call and be a lewt me tell you something, you obviously DONT know how to decorate or you wouldnt have asked for advice about something so simple to do, im a decorator to trade and not a childish ok, but if you think your an internet tough guy then wht dont you send me a private message with your address and we will see how tough you are face to face
Also, I noticed the … Also, I noticed the blades wear away extremely easily. So, hence, the sharpness fades after a few cuts. I have sufficient blades now tough, and changing very regularly makes it a lot easier now.
@comets00 Ha ha, at … @comets00 Ha ha, at least I’m not a prick. I came on here to ask an expert, not a childish who hasn’t got anything better to do than to waste other’s, and you own, time! And FYI, I’ve decorated plenty of rooms, and I didn’t have to be a professional to do a good job. Any actual experts, and decorators (not idiots like that) feel free to comment.
For some reason … For some reason cutting the edges after hanging a fresh strip never works for me. It’s so annoying when they show it to be so easy, because it really isn’t. I think it should dry for a while before cutting. Even if that is overnight. Nothing else seems to work, even with the right tools, e.g. sharp blade, trimming guide…Am I doing something wrong?