ROLL-ALL POST PAINT ROLLER Have you ever tried to paint piping, spindles, stair railing or tubing with a paint brush? the Roll-All paint roller gets the job done faster, and the paint is always even. the rollers are inter- changeable according to the size of piping or spindles. the Roll-All paint roller can fit 2- to 4-1/2-in. standard rollers. to use, simply turn the Roll-All on its side to load paint onto the rollers individually in the paint tray. Make sure rollers are touching before applying paint. Visit roll-all.com.
DIPLESS BRUSH the Dipless Brush, an airless spray- brush attachment, was designed to eliminate the need for costly material extras and to reduce labor costs by getting rid of the need to ever dip a brush or refill a reservoir. Compatible with Graco, titan or other commercial airless spray machines, the patented the new Dipless Brush combines airless sprayer technology with a modified conventional brush for applications
NEW PAINT TOOLS have natural oils and don’t require preconditioning. Load the entire surface of your roller cover with paint. Use the tray grid to prevent overloading. When painting walls, start at the top and work downward. To avoid lap marks, roll the full height of the wall and keep a “wet edge,” meaning each stroke of your roller overlaps the pre- vious stroke before the paint can begin to dry. Always work from the unpainted into the painted surface. When you start another wall, repeat the process. After applying two quality top-coats to the walls, your new paint job should be complete. Painting a room remains the all-time most popular DIY home-improvement project, because it gets the most bang for the buck when it comes to making a dramatic difference to the interior décor. EHT
Painting has never been easier.
Have you ever tried to paint
piping, spindles, stair railing
or tubing with a paint brush?
The Roll-All paint roller gets
the job done faster and
the paint is always even.
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