No, instead force another centre solved whilst solving CLL. When I'm back at home I'll make a video.
Basically, you look at the top centre. If that goes to the front or back slot you can solve CLL+a centre in 4 moves...
If the top centre goes to L or R, there will always be some way of forcing a centre in two sledges/hedges. If one centre is already solved just do double sledge or double hedge. If a centre can go opposite, then just do a single hedge/sledge.
I've used this modified version of "Sarah's method" since 2010. I don't even force the top centre always on cat2s as cat2s can sometimes be done with 4 moves instead.
I will try to make a video when I get home but seriously, this is very easy.
2. Triple hedge/sledge with no rotation. Not as good for Sarah's pure method because you'll need a one move setup every time. But if you use "my" version of CLL+any other centre this alg is great.Two questions (this should be about hardware but this is skewb discussion)
1. How can I get off the corner caps for the Lanlan skewb (on the rotating axes)? Those things are impossible to get off with a razor blade.
2. Good Z-Perm?
I solve H-perm and Z-perm with setups to triple sexy.