|Photo: Painter's roller|
If you are a painter or simply a DIY and you are in doubt about: what is the best type of roller to paint the wall? So, in that case, here, you have found the right answer!
Well, there are some situations that require the painter to have technical knowledge to choose the correct paint roller to paint the chosen surface. So, don't be fooled into thinking that paint rollers are all the same and the only thing that changes is the price of the product.
Of course not. There are certain surfaces that need to be painted with the right roller and brush, otherwise it can damage the paint finish and lead to loss of materials.
WALL PAINTING ROLLER
- High pile paint roller ;
- Medium pile paint roller ;
- Low pile paint roller ;
- Velvet paint roller ;
- Polyester foam roller.
HIGH HAIR PAINTING ROLLERThe high-pile paint roller or Paint Roller Pele de Carneiro Mil (1000) Mais - ATLAS - 23cm is indicated for painting rustic surfaces, such as textures, graffiti, masonry, block bricks, plaster walls and facades.
|Photo: Sheepskin Roll 1000 Atlas|
MEDIUM HAIR PAINTING ROLLER
|Photo: 23cm Atlas Sheepskin roller|
LOWER PAINTING ROLLER
|Photo: Atlas Roller for Anti-Drip Paint Synthetic Wool 0321/10 23cm|
Why is the drip roller one of the best paint rollers for fine finish work?
The Atlas anti-drip roller is made of polyamide woven into superior fabric and has ink retention capacity and good film (coat) coverage. It is ideal for painting in a fine finish on smooth surfaces, such as ceilings, walls, plaster and drywall. It must be used with specific paints, such as acrylic latex or pva, and in some cases, with synthetic enamel.
VELVET PAINT ROLLER
|Photo: 100% Natural Sheep Wool Paint Roller Velvet 23cm - ATLAS|
POLYESTER PAINT ROLLER
|Photo: Anti-Mark Polyester Foam Painting Roller - ATLAS - 15cm|
But attention! The best foam rollers, regardless of the brand, must be 100% polyester and contain a density of 30 (kg/m³), as they are resistant to solvents.