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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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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donny's top tip When stripping wallpaper, soak it first by using a paint roller. Score the paper, roll on clean water, leave to soak and the paper should peel off once the paste has softened.
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This can be done quite easily with a paint roller attached to a broom handle or long pole.
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