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Better 9 in. x 3/8 in. Loop Texture Roller Cover

$6.97 /each

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Use the Performance Select 9 in. x 3/8 in. Texture Roller Cover with textured paints to achieve a rich stucco look on rough and semi-rough surfaces. This professional-quality roller cover is reusable.

  • Made from "goop loop" material for professional-quality performance
  • Use with textured paints on rough and semi-rough surfaces
  • 3/8 in. nap size
  • Helps provide a rich stucco look
  • Reusable
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Sounds good, but what does the texture look like?

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August 7, 2016
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I got an orange peel texture using just plain wall paint, but I had to go over it over and over again to keep it from sagging until it started to dry and stiffened enough to hold its shape. I probably wouldn't want to do it that way again.
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March 31, 2016
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Remember that this roller cover does not create texture with just any paint. You must use a paint specifically designed as a "texture paint". Then this roller will create random, unique texture patterns as you roll it through the coating.
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July 29, 2014
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Gives you a popcorn look texture
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April 18, 2014
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Most texture roller covers are made with rows of uniform loops, giving a very noticeable pattern. This roller cover produces a random pattern of varying depths & heights that is similar to the look of a textured ceiling when it's stuccoed. It only produces this effect however with a texture paint. Regular wall/ceiling paint does not have enough body to give a textured finish. Trowel the texture paint Read More
Most texture roller covers are made with rows of uniform loops, giving a very noticeable pattern. This roller cover produces a random pattern of varying depths & heights that is similar to the look of a textured ceiling when it's stuccoed. It only produces this effect however with a texture paint. Regular wall/ceiling paint does not have enough body to give a textured finish. Trowel the texture paint onto the surface, then roll this cover to get the desired effect. Read Less
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Can this textured roller be used with a thin layer of mud?

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May 24, 2016
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Unfortunately most mud is mixed too thin to get a significant texture effect from this roller. If the mud is thick enough, there will be some effect from the roller. My advice would be to experiment on some scrap and see if you can get the desired effect.
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May 23, 2016
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Absolutely! That's exactly what I used it for. My old townhome had textured walls - kind of a spray on, not knocked down texture. When I had to patch a damaged section, I used this roller to add texture. I mixed the mud a bit thin, and let it set up for a few minutes before rolling it on. It blended nicely with the other texture when I feathered it out.
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Absolutely! That's exactly what I used it for. My old townhome had textured walls - kind of a spray on, not knocked down texture. When I had to patch a damaged section, I used this roller to add texture. I mixed the mud a bit thin, and let it set up for a few minutes before rolling it on. It blended nicely with the other texture when I feathered it out.
I also got brave and did a roll on textured ceiling with it. I mixed the mud a bit thicker for that job. Talk about a mess, but it came out great. Read Less
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Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 23 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Works, but with difficulty. This roller didn't come with any instructions or guidance regarding how to use it or what kind of product to use it with. I used it with regular latex wall paint on a smooth wall, trying to get an orange peel texture. I had to immerse it in the roller tray to saturate it with LOTS of paint, and roll it on really thick. Then I had to press kind of hard and keep going over it to deposit enough on the wall to completely cover the surface. Doing this initially produced the orange peel texture that I wanted. But as I moved along the wall, the thick wet paint started to sag. I had to keep retracing my steps, going back over it to repeatedly perk it up until the paint got dry enough to stiffen and hold its shape. Also there was the problem of getting into small spaces, like between the window molding and the adjacent wall. I'd need a 3" roller, but they don't seem to sell it in that size. In the end I got the texture that I wanted, but used 2 to 3 times as much paint as it normally would have taken cover the area, and it was a lot of work. If I was doing a couple of larger rooms it would have been better to rent a sprayer to apply texture first, then paint. But I was just redoing a small bathroom, about 150 square feet of wall, and I wanted an alternative to masking everything, renting a sprayer, setting it up, then having to clean it up and return it, just for that small space. I'm intending to give this roller one more try on a future job, using drywall compound instead of paint, to see if it goes on easier and the texture holds its shape without sagging. If that works, it's way cheaper than fifteen to twenty bucks a can for spray, and way easier than renting a sprayer. August 7, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Smaller Texture than Most Walls Just finished my project with some helpful notes. The texture from this roller is very small and doesn't give you a "splattered" look. So if you are trying to match walls (like I did), you will not be successful. The texture comes off small with a pinpoint finish. It will probably take 4x the amount of time to roll vs. machine and requires a lot of rolling per 2x2 area. Once you get one wall completely covered, go back with a dry/thick nap roller to knock down the points to your liking. I was happy with the ease, but it was very time consuming. January 25, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by I like this roller We took out a section of drywall to install some new plumbing. After replacing the drywall section, I treated the cut line as if it were just a large crack. I used a putty knife and jammed a couple of layers of drywall mud into the crack. Sanded that down a bit then rolled a texture coat over the whole wall. Used some thinned mud and one of these rollers. Worked pretty good, and easy too. September 19, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by average not as much texture as I expected - not bad if you know what to expect. perhaps a sample of the finish should be attached to product. February 12, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not for walls This nap does not perform well on walls, the nap leaves material on walls. It was not tried for a ceiling to be fair. December 8, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Word great I'm a professional painter. This roller worked great to match an existing heavy knockdown texture on a remodel job. September 8, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by best roller cover Works very well with flat or semi-gloss with very little splatter. September 2, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Nice simple texture I did a laundry room, 12 x 8 and was painting new drywall. By the time I was almost finished is when I finally got the knack of doing the texture right....so practice first. Nice small texture, I love it. Make sure you paint the item/wall first with a regular roller and let dry ....then do the texture roller. June 16, 2015
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