paint roller


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paint roller

A cylindrical tube which is coated on the outside with nonwoven fibers such as nylon, mohair, and lamb’s wool and mounted on a roller with a handle; used for application of paint or varnish.
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As a bonus, this handy gizmo can run the length of a soaked paint roller, returning paint to your can and cutting cleaning time.
This can be done quite easily with a paint roller attached to a broom handle or long pole.
The universal tool holder is designed to hold items such as a garden hose, paint roller, paint can, spray gun, hammer and other devices.
The popular size for a paint roller is seven inches (175mm), although many other sizes are available.
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Early one morning in late July, Emmons plans to head out with a 4-inch paint roller and some leftover blue paint to perfect the line by hand.
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Come with a paint roller, brush or some sandpaper on Saturday, September 17, from 9am.
donny's top tip When stripping wallpaper, soak it first by using a paint roller.
It's not a hard job: Slap on a little spackling compound, sand it down and hit it with a paint roller.