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Wagner 9 in. Smart Roller with Ratchet Trigger
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Wagner

9 in. Smart Roller with Ratchet Trigger

  • Integrated paint reservoir that eliminates need for paint tray
  • Perfect for paint DIY projects
  • Easy To Use
$24.97 /each

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Eliminate back-bending trips to the paint tray while creating a smooth, professional finish on your walls. The Smart Roller is Wagner's ultimate all-in-one roller and paint container. Transform your home with a simple squeeze of the ratchet Power Trigger which feeds paint from the on-board reservoir right to your roller and onto your walls eliminating the need for those messy paint trays. The extended handle lets you reach 8 ft. ceilings with ease. Perfect for medium-sized interior projects.

  • Plastic handle has an integrated paint reservoir that eliminates need for paint tray
  • Polyester knit roller cover is compatible with water-based and oil-based paints and stains
  • Internally fed 9 in. x 3/8 in. roller provides continuous, even paint coverage
  • Paint up to a 7 ft. x 10 ft. area in a single fill and ratchet trigger controls paint flow
  • The quick connect tabs make assembly easy and tool free and the included accessories make the product easy to fill, easy to use and easy to clean
  • Kit includes 22 oz. reservoir, suction tube and paint can lid for easy filling, 9 in. internally fed roller for semi-smooth to smooth surfaces, and spatter shield to prevent overhead drips
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  • Product may vary by store

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I forgot to say my basement walls are concrete block. Can I use a thicker roller, 1-2 inch or 3-4 inch, in the smart roller to paint my basement?

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toledo, oh
September 4, 2013
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March 13, 2015
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Wagner offers an optional ¾ inch nap roller cover, Part No. 0530359. You can purchase by calling Wagner's customer service at 800-760-3844.
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Greenwood, IN
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December 16, 2014
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Try the standard roller first but keep pulling the trigger to apply a larger volum of paint. The roller will force it into the crevasses.
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Cape Coral FL.
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October 21, 2014
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Yes, my walls are plaster so I used a 1/2 inch roller.
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Colorado, USA
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October 14, 2014
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The only difference that I can tell is that the 3/4 nap roller might hold just a little bit more paint. I used the 3/8 nap on my basement wall and coverage was 100% except where there was a little honey comb holes. I suggest filling any honey comb with spackling paste first. Excellent product.
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September 5, 2013
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The roller that you use will have to be one of the Wagner rollers specifically designed for the Smart Roller system. They've got perforations on the inside of the roller cover to let the paint weep through.
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September 5, 2013
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I'd probably recommend a 3/4" roller nap for that textured surface. Make sure any roller cover you purchase is a perforated roller cover - it must have holes in the middle of it for the paint to come through.
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Louisburg, KS 66053, USA
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September 5, 2013
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If you were looking for a thicker roller to use on your concrete walls and couldn't find it at Home Depot then there is a Customer Support at Wager and here is the number you can order direct from them. 1800 760 3844
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I want to paint my basement walls. Do I need a thicker nap roller for this than a 3/8 inch one? If so, can I put it on this roller?

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Anaheim, CA, USA
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June 5, 2016
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I think you should be able to find the proper roller nap for painting anything. Just make sure the roller has holes to allow the paint to get to the nap. Ask for rollers that will work with Wagner Power Painter
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Pittsburgh, PA, USA
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February 10, 2015
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Yes you can use different rollers as long as the rollers have holes for the paint. Yes you can use a larger nap
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Greenwood, IN
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December 16, 2014
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I think Wagner has thicker rollers but I think the standard roller should work, just keep pulling the trigger to allow more paint to fill the gaps. Only Wagner rollers with holes on the inside of the roller will work.
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Colorado, USA
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October 14, 2014
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The only difference that I can tell is that the 3/4 nap roller might hold just a little bit more paint. I used the 3/8 nap on my basement wall and coverage was 100% except where there was a little honey comb holes. I suggest filling any honey comb with spackling paste first. Excellent product.
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November 13, 2013
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You need to buy special rollers for the paint to flow through, and I had trouble finding other than the basic rollers. I wanted a longer nap, too, but couldn't find one. Good luck to you.
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September 4, 2013
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There are thicker naps that can be used with the SMART Roller. A 3/8" roller is pretty typical for sheet rock, or a surface similar in texture to sheet rock. If your basement walls are concrete, then a thicker nap may be helpful.
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are are these special roller covers or can I use any roller cover

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August 16, 2016
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There are affordable roller covers you get when you need to use another color. I believe they are about 4-6 dollars a piece.
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Anaheim, CA, USA
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June 5, 2016
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Make sure you get roller covers with small holes in the cover. Wagner has these but Home Depot has another brand that will work. The holes allow the paint to come through the cover and onto the outside of the roller without having to dip the roller in a pan. As for a roller that will work with Wagner Power Painter and they should know what you mean.
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This uses special roller covers that have holes in them for the paint to weep through. Regular covers will not work.
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May 3, 2016
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The Wagner rollers utilize roller covers that are perforated so that the paint will come through so a regular roller cover will not work.
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do you carry parts for wagner paint sticks

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There is a replacement parts list on the Home Depot website:
http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/c1/c1e64b98-e569-4db2-9b59-3ec4382218e0.pdf
You can call Wagner directly at 800-760-3844 to speak with customer service about ordering a replacement part.
The product came with a one year warranty, so perhaps if you still have your receipt and it's been less than a year, you may be able to get a Read More
There is a replacement parts list on the Home Depot website:
http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/c1/c1e64b98-e569-4db2-9b59-3ec4382218e0.pdf
You can call Wagner directly at 800-760-3844 to speak with customer service about ordering a replacement part.
The product came with a one year warranty, so perhaps if you still have your receipt and it's been less than a year, you may be able to get a replacement at no charge. Read Less
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what do you need parts for the total cost of the paint sticks are around $25.!!!!
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Only rollers as far as I know. I have used the Smart Roller for years and I have never had any part that needed replacing. If you clean it thoroughly and lubricate the rubber seals it should last for years.
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December 16, 2014
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Roller covers, both 3/8” nap and 3/4” nap, can be purchased online through Home Depot. Other parts and accessories can be ordered through your local Home Depot store.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.2 out of 5 by 136 reviewers.
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Paint runs all over So so to assemble. I followed the instructions exactly, used the petroleum jelly in all the recommended places. It was difficult to get the handle to draw up the paint. I finally got some in it, and worked on priming it outside while standing in the lawn in case. I finally got it going and went inside to paint. After a couple swipes, I was thinking this might not be too bad. All of a sudden, paint comes gushing out the side. If you tilt it at all, paint gushes out. Fortunately, I was painting before the carpet installers came, because the old carpet was being trashed anyway. I got my Handyman to fiddle with it and the end result is that we threw it in the trash and went back to manual rollers. Good concept, but it needs to go back to the drawing board and reworked before I would consider buying another one. October 18, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by great idea, saves time...far from perfect Right out of the box, couldn't get plunger to work, and couldn't disassemble! Had to get my husband to knock it about a bit to get that sucker to move. Once we got the plunger moving, the first draw of paint was pathetic. Huge head space/ air pocket. I lifted out of fill nozzle and cranked out air with trigger then was able to fill. Note, draw as slowly as possible for maximum fill. At the near finish of my second wall, the roller popped free. Luckily I caught it before it made too much of a mess. But it could have been a disaster! Next, only a few holes actually push out paint. So, if you try to saturate brush, these holes spew....definitely need a drop cloth. Other than these notes, it is a time saver, and beats using a tray to load a roller. I would recommend solely on the last statement. October 19, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Listen to everyone here! The concept of this roller is great. If it worked well, it'd be well worth the price. But as everyone else has said, the roller pops off repeatedly (my husband gave it to me after the 7th time, and then I managed to get by with only 2 more times). It's definitely a pressure thing, but it shouldn't happen at all. Every time, it makes a mess dripping paint everywhere. I also second the fact that it used more paint than normal and your arms end up more tired than normal. It was worth a shot... now I'm going to return it when I go buy my second gallon of paint to finish this job. October 1, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Waste of money The roller falls off, the angle of the product is awful! Spend the time to roll withou this! The cleanup is not worth it! October 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by love the changes make this product fabulous I purchased this product a few years back and it was hard to clean, parts got lost and after I used it once I threw it out. This one has made changes to all the things I didnt like before and they are all perfect! I love love love this item. October 18, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by No good This item sucks up allot of product and doesn't distribute it evenly. Wastes it. October 4, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Waste of Money The pole is too short to be effective. It doesn't seem heavy, but after painting a couple of walls your arms will be much more tired than if you used a conventional roller. And saving the worst for last, the roller came off 3 times before I gave up on it, splattering paint everywhere each time it did. September 27, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Especially For Big Jobs Extremely useful on large jobs. There is a lot of clean up with the different pieces to the tube and roller that would make the small jobs almost not worth it. Great for the ceiling jobs. September 27, 2016
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