- My neck always hurts when I'm done as a result of continually looking up.
- I end up covered with paint. (Even my glasses get covered in tiny specks.)
- It's hard to see what you're doing since you're putting new white paint over the existing stuff. I always miss spots and have to go back and touch them up.
The paint label said..."Paints On Purple-Dries White. You Won't Miss A Spot!"
When I opened the gallon of paint, the light purple tinge was obvious. I poured some in my paint tray, grabbed the brush and roller, and started on the side that went paintless the first time. I have to admit the purple color made it easy to see if I was covering the ceiling well. It didn't take long for the purple hue to fade, though. By time I finished the first section of the room, the purple was much less obvious, but there was enough color left to allow me to see where I'd already painted. I went up and down the room rolling the paint evenly across the ceiling.
After I was finished, the first section of the ceiling was almost entirely white in color. An hour later, when I went in to do some cleanup, there was no remnants of purple left.