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Paint rollers are designed as an efficient way to decorate a wall or a whole room, enabling the application of an even coat over large areas with ease. They permit easy application of paint to walls and ceilings rapidly and efficiently. Painting rollers are simple to use, so even beginners get great results, and they are available in a range of widths and types to suit most jobs. Look for a long nap or pile for rough surfaces, and short ones for smooth surfaces.

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Paint rollers

Paint rollers are designed as an efficient way to decorate a wall or a whole room, enabling the application of an even coat over large areas with ease. They permit easy application of paint to walls and ceilings rapidly and efficiently. Painting rollers are simple to use, so even beginners get great results, and they are available in a range of widths and types to suit most jobs. Look for a long nap or pile for rough surfaces, and short ones for smooth surfaces.

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What roller for emulsion paint?

For best results when using emulsion paint, we recommend a medium-pile paint roller with a 3/8 to ½ inch nap length. These rollers are designed to hold and distribute the paint evenly onto walls and ceilings, making them the perfect choice for applying emulsion paint smoothly. Ensure you choose a roller sleeve specifically made for water-based paints like emulsion for optimum results. Browse our medium pile paint rollers to get you started.

 

What roller for gloss paint?

To achieve optimum results when using gloss paint, we recommend using a short-pile or foam roller with a 1/8 to ¼ inch nap length. These types of rollers are designed to produce a smoother finish and are ideal for use with gloss or high-sheen paints. A short-pile or foam roller will minimise the appearance of texture on your walls, providing you with a more polished look than alternatives. Ensure you choose a roller sleeve appropriate for oil or solvent-based gloss paints to achieve the best results.

 

What roller for satin paint?

For a beautiful application of satin paint, we recommend using a medium-pile paint roller with a 3/8 to ½ inch nap length. This type of roller is perfect for applying satin paint smoothly and producing a sleek and even finish on walls and other surfaces. A medium-pile roller will help distribute the paint effectively while still providing some slight texture, enhancing the satin finish. Don’t forget to choose a roller sleeve designed for water-based paints like satin for optimal results.