15MM HIGH NAP PAINT ROLLERS
The largest nap in our range s and is excellent for slightly textured surfaces such as embossed wallpaper, uneven walls or ceilings, tongue-and-groove timber, and repaints of exterior plaster. These 15mm high nap paint rollers hold more paint and offer a work rate 2.5 times quicker than the 10mm but still results in a similar finish.
Perfect for water-based paints
The key to achieving a satisfying finish is to make sure that the painted surface is prepared well - holes filled, surface well cleaned, and dried. Also, before starting using our rollers, always use water to "rinse & spin before you begin" and you will achieve the best finish right from the start. Besides, the post-painting cleaning process will be much easier too!
- Perfect for water-based paints. Recommended for primers and topcoats.
- Ideal for top coating interior walls and ceilings, slightly textured surfaces.
- Superb paint pick-up and release, fast paint speed with a finish very close to 10mm Microfibre.
- NAP/Pile: 15mm | 5/8”
- Length: 230mm | 9″
- Core: 38mm | 1½”
- Pack: Single
What roller length should you use?
For smaller walls and ceilings, choose a 230mm (9") roller, slightly larger surfaces we would recommend 270mm (11") and 360mm (14") would be used mainly on commercial projects or large surfaces.
» Keep in mind that larger rollers are heavier and more challenging to use.
What roller NAP/Pile should you use?
Our Microfibre 5mm NAP/Pile rollers are generally used for smooth surfaces, flat walls, doors, and large cupboards where the smoothest finish is desired.
It is the best choice for a topcoat or any large paint projects where coverage and smooth finish is required. The roller sleeve fabric is designed to leave a smooth and uniform finish on painted surfaces.
We recommend our Dacron for acrylic primers to enhance the finish of the microfibre.
When you do not require a smooth finish and time is the essence our 15mm microfibre roller is the perfect fit. It holds more paint than 10mm and still leaves a semi-smooth finish. The amount of paint it holds will help you complete your project faster.
Because of the structure of the fabric, our 10mm Dacron rollers perform best with acrylic paints and are not suitable for oil-based paints.
If you’re priming your brand new plasterboard walls or you're repainting from light paint colour to a dark colour or from dark to lighter, our Dacron is the best pick for you to achieve optimal coverage and a professional-looking finish.
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