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Anatomy of a Paint Roller



Orlon Cover



Dyna-Wall Cover



IPT20



1803



IPF18


Choose a roller cover with dense of fibers & length of pile (NAP); the smoother the surface, the shorter the NAP should be used.
* Reference : 1-1/4" NAP: this length NAP is good for the roughest surfaces, such as concrete or exterior siding
1" NAP: use on rough brick or a heavy knocked-down wall surface
3/4" NAP: light knocked-down wall surface
1/2" NAP: semi smooth surface with texture
3/8" NAP: smooth surface with light texture
1/4" NAP: smooth surfaces without texture

* Check to make sure the roller cover is completely inserted and stay in place on the cage to prevent from slide off.
* All these Covers can be used with latex or oil base coatings, High-density fabric holds more paint, provides a smooth & even finish. Industrial Strength Phenolic Core builds to last and shed resistant.



18" Roller Cover, Tray, & Frame

All our roller covers are: epoxy bonded industrial strength phenolic core and designed to be reused again & again.
Our high performance professional grade roller covers save time & money.
Our 18" Roller Cover is designed to double the painting speed.
The over-sized paint applicator is the top choice for professional painters to paint more in less time.
Shed resistant.
Made in USA

18" Orlon Lint-Free Cover

Orlon lint free sizes are available in 3/16", 1/4 ", 3/8", 1/2" and 3/4" NAP sizes.
Orlon fabric is designed to be used with all paints, stains, and clear finishes excellent for smooth to semi-smooth surfaces.
Orlon Lint Free Cover is excellent for epoxy & adhesive.
Orlon lint free roller covers are made with Orlon (Dralon) fabric. This woven fabric is excellent for use where a smooth, lint-free finish is required.

DESCRIPTION

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OC800-3 18"x1/4" 3 $21.95
OC801-3 18"x3/8" 3 $23.15
OC802-3 18"x1/2" 3 $29.25
OC803-3 18"x3/4" 3 $33.25 Out of Stock

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DESCRIPTION

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EACH

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OC800-24 18"x1/4" 24 $159.60
OC801-24 18"x3/8" 24 $169.20
OC802-24 18"x1/2" 24 $178.48
OC803-24 18"x3/4" 24 $189.60 Out of Stock


18" Dyna-Wall Roller Cover

Dynawall roller covers are made with high-density polyester fabric. The fabric is designed to have excellent paint pick-up and even paint release.
Dynawall roller covers are available in 1/4", 3/8", 1/2", 3/4", 1" and 1 1/4" NAP sizes.
All these roller covers are designed to be used with latex or oil based paint, excellent for semi-smooth to rough surfaces.

DESCRIPTION

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DW825-3 18"x1/4" 3 $14.35
DW838-3 18"x3/8" 3 $15.95
DW850-3 18"x1/2" 3 $16.85
DW875-3 18"x3/4" 3 $17.75
DW8125-3 18"x1 1/4" 3 $20.75

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DESCRIPTION

SIZE

EACH

PRICE

ORDER

DW825-24 18"x1/4" 24 $104.40
DW838-24 18"x3/8" 24 $111.60
DW850-24 18"x1/2" 24 $118.80
DW875-24 18"x3/4" 24 $123.60
DW8125-24 18"x1 1/4" 24 $150.00


18" Plastic Paint Tray, & 18" Heavy Duty Frame

This Industrial Plastic Tray holds up to 1 gallon of paint.
These heavy duty roller frames are the professional painter's #1 choice; it's not only easy to grip it's also easy to insert and release the covers.

DESCRIPTION

SIZE

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1803-1 12"~18" Adj. Roller Frame 1 $8.65
IPF18-1 18" Roller Frame 1 $12.95
ECC155-24 1.5" End Caps 24pcs 24 $8.00

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DESCRIPTION

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IPT20-20 18" Deepwell 20 $129.00 Out of Stock
1803-12 12"~18" Adj. Roller Frame 12 $93.42 Out of Stock
IPF18-12 18" Roller Frame 12 $155.40 Out of Stock


How to Paint?

A Poorly executed paint job is easy to spot, with its drips and slips and uneven lines. More often than not, haste is the culprit. But with some thorough preparation up front, many of the possible pitfalls will be eliminated, and the actual painting will be much easier, as well. So before you crack your first paint can, schedule in a full day for prep.

The best prep starts with sanding and sometimes requires scraping. Sanding scuffs up the existing surface so the paint grabs hold; scraping will take off any old bumps or drips. (Be aware of how many layers down there may be lead paint, last sold in the early 1980s; sanding isn't likely to reveal it, but scraping might.) You should also take your time patching holes, caulking gaps, and cleaning dust or grease with soap and water so you start with a pristine surface.

If you're working with new walls, or if you've patched any holes before you start, you'll also need to prime. Primer fills in spongelike pores and creates an even, solid base that takes paint well. You should also prime if you're going from a dark to a light color or vice versa. (In the latter case, have the paint store tint the primer to go with your wall color. It will save you at least one coat of paint later on.) Primer should also be sanded before the paint goes on the wall; for a top-notch job, sand between paint coats.

First-time painters tend to tape every edge to guard against misstrokes. But that can bring on its own problems if paint bleeds under the tape or if you peel paint off when removing it. It's more efficient to use angled brushes, which draw a straight line when turned on edge. Proper use of an angled brush can save you hours of setup and touch-up.

Angled brushes also come in handy for cutting in along corners and ceilings and around trim, where rollers can mark. Fill in a few inches at these spots, then marry the line with the field by rolling over them. Keep a wet edge to avoid dark spots or paint pulls.

As you paint, be sure to keep moving: Put the paint on the wall, level it out where it's heavy, and get on with it. Don't use back-and-forth brushstrokes, and don't spend time making the first coat look perfect (it won't be). Finally, take a tip from the pros and always keep a damp rag in your pocket to quickly wipe up your mistakes. Even the best painters color outside the lines once in a while.