Which Roller To Paint Is The Best Option For Different Types Of Paint?

Most people believe that all the rollers to paint are similar, but it is essential to consider the following tips on the painting to achieve professional results when painting:

Woven roller cover: Paint rollers made of woven material, such as the Purdy White Dove ™ roller cover; They practically do not tear because they are made with continuous thread. Each strand that makes up the outside of the fabric is intertwined with the inside of the material. These roller covers are prescribed for smooth surfaces, for example, entryways, and even walls.

Cover for knitting roller: Generally, knitting rolls made with knitted fabric are used for rough or semi-rough surfaces, such as rough coatings, stucco or textured walls and ceilings. We prescribe Purdy’s Golden Eagle  paint roller. This roller cover contains a high-thickness material that holds a lot of paint without dribbling.

Selection of plush: The more texture you want, the higher the cloth should be. The height of 1/2 in is ideal to create a splattered effect, common in most houses. The plush height of some Purdy textured paint roller covers is 1 1/4 in. This creates an extremely textured effect. Conversely, if you want a smooth finish in your kitchen, bathroom or laundry, use roller covers with a low 1/4 into 3/8 in plush, such as the White Dove and Parrot ™ paint roller covers.

Paint tips for working edges with Purdy brushes.

The “border work” is the art of drawing a straight line that separates two colors using only the brush to paint, without masking tape or accessories. It is common for the color of one wall and the color of the ceiling to be different. When working the edges, follow these simple rules:

Use a fully charged brush.

With the brush parallel to the area to be worked on, let the paintbrush open in semi-oval shape and take it to the line you want to draw. Follow the path until the paint line starts to stutter. Repeat the procedure. It is better to trace when exhaling or, holding your breath. How to select Commercial painter?

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