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Wagner

Model # 0530002

Internet # 203474766

9 in. and 3 in. Smart Powered Roller System Kit

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Model # 0530002

Internet # 203474766

The Wagner 9 in. and 3 in. SMART Powered Roller System Kit makes quick work of large-area painting projects such as family rooms, dining rooms, hallways and ceilings. The SMART System's direct feed design draws paint directly from your 1-gallon can, which eliminates back-and-forth trips to the paint tray and saves valuable time. With a self-cleaning system for hassle-free maintenance, the kit includes a full array of accessories to complete a variety of household painting projects.

  • Draws directly from paint can so you can paint in half the time
  • Variable speed control dial adjusts from 1–9 to control the flow of paint to handle
  • 3 in. SMART edge roller included for tape-free edging
  • Two special internally fed 9 in. rollers for painting smooth or rough surfaces
  • 18 in. reach plus extension for added length
  • Flexible 16 ft. hose lets you paint an entire room with ease
  • Self-cleaning system for hassle-free cleanup
  • Spatter shelf prevents overhead drips
  • Reverse switch draws unused paint back into can
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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Handle length (ft.) 
.75 
Maximum Reach (ft.) 
20 
Product Depth (in.) 
10.5 
Product Height (in.) 
15 
Product Length (in.) 
9.5 
Product Width (in.) 
Details
Accessories Included 
Yes 
Applicator/Tool Type 
Roller 
Batteries Included 
No 
Battery Type Required 
N/A 
Number of Batteries Required 
Paint Product Type 
Applicator/Tool 
Paint capacity (gallons) 
Paint coverage per fill (sq. ft.) 
400 
Product Weight (lb.) 
5.25 lb 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Roller Product Type 
Power Rollers 
Voltage (volts) 
120 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty 
1 year 

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Spare Rollers or Roller Covers

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Dallas, TX
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May 15, 2013
Which roller/roller covers do I need purchase as spare - website link would be awesome. Will I need to replace the roller cover every time I paint?
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Leonia, NJ
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May 19, 2015
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The roller cover is very durable and reusable for a long time, provided you clean it well according to the instructions. I personally use at least 5 gallons of water for cleaning the machine, although the instructions call for one gallon. But once you have the thing rigged up you may as well go for it. I don't think 1 gal. is sufficient.
The roller cover gets cleaned separately, do not skimp on this Read More
The roller cover is very durable and reusable for a long time, provided you clean it well according to the instructions. I personally use at least 5 gallons of water for cleaning the machine, although the instructions call for one gallon. But once you have the thing rigged up you may as well go for it. I don't think 1 gal. is sufficient.
The roller cover gets cleaned separately, do not skimp on this step.
Additional roller covers have to be purchased from Wagner, or a Wagner dealer such as Home Depot. This is not like a manual roller cover, it's special for the power roller. Read Less
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Wagner #0155206 is a 3/8" nap 9" roller cover. Wagner #0155208 is a 3/4" nap 9" roller cover. Wagner #0530200 is a 3" 3/8" nap roller cover for the cut in roller. All will work.
I think any perforated 9" roller cover can work but can stick with the Wagner for sure.
You can clean the roller covers and reuse them a few times. If you do a lot of painting it might be worth investing in a roller cover Read More
Wagner #0155206 is a 3/8" nap 9" roller cover. Wagner #0155208 is a 3/4" nap 9" roller cover. Wagner #0530200 is a 3" 3/8" nap roller cover for the cut in roller. All will work.
I think any perforated 9" roller cover can work but can stick with the Wagner for sure.
You can clean the roller covers and reuse them a few times. If you do a lot of painting it might be worth investing in a roller cover cleaner like the Paint Roller Washer, Cleaner and Sprayer - Roller Wizard Model # RW-100 http://www.homedepot.com/p/Unbranded-Paint-Roller-Washer-Cleaner-and-Sprayer-Roller-Wizard-RW-100/204004386 Read Less
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Olympia, WA, USA
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October 29, 2013
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I use my rollers several time. You do have to take the time to clean all the paint out of the roller.
The replacement roller depaends on the use. Smooth surfaces need a short nap while rough surfaces are best painted with a deep nap.
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May 30, 2013
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The roller covers are cleanable with soapy water for latex or mineral spirits for oil-based.
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Agawam, MA, USA
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May 23, 2013
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It actually comes with a spare 9" roller cover and the roller covers can be cleaned/re-used. I've repainted every room in our new home and am still on the original 2 covers. One good tip - if you are doing a second (or 3rd) coat of the same color the next day, don't clean the cover. Take it off and put it in a plastic bag. put the bag in the fridge overnight.
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Boston, MA, USA
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May 20, 2013
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You can re-use the covers provided.
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May 15, 2013
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No you wouldn't need to replace them each time as long as they are cleaned properly. I've re-used mine a lot of times...I guess any generic cover would work..I've never had to replace mine...But here's a link to the covers....
http://www.homedepot.com/webapp/catalog/servlet/Search?storeId=10051&langId=-1&catalogId=10053&keyword=roller+covers%20wagner&Ns=None&Ntpr=1&Ntpc=1&selectedCatgry=Search+All
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May 15, 2013
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We manufacture 3/8 and 3/4 nap roller covers. The 3/8 nap cover is what comes with the power roller when purchased. When purchasing new roller covers you want to make sure that they do have the inner holes so that the paint can feed through the cover. You should be able to get those at the store you bought the roller at. If the covers are cleaned well you should not have to purchase a new one every Read More
We manufacture 3/8 and 3/4 nap roller covers. The 3/8 nap cover is what comes with the power roller when purchased. When purchasing new roller covers you want to make sure that they do have the inner holes so that the paint can feed through the cover. You should be able to get those at the store you bought the roller at. If the covers are cleaned well you should not have to purchase a new one every time. Read Less
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The roller covers are replaceable, they are like a regular roller, but with holes in the core. They are about twice the price of a regular roller. They can be treated just like a normal roller and can be washed off with water after use.
If you are going to continue the same color later, place the roller in a plasic bag and store in the fridge, it keeps the paint from drying for months and the roller can Read More
The roller covers are replaceable, they are like a regular roller, but with holes in the core. They are about twice the price of a regular roller. They can be treated just like a normal roller and can be washed off with water after use.
If you are going to continue the same color later, place the roller in a plasic bag and store in the fridge, it keeps the paint from drying for months and the roller can be used again.
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Wagner-3-4-in-Roller-Cover-0155208/100371395 Read Less
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If I want to paint more than one color, is it easy to clean the system and change another color?

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Leonia, NJ
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It's easy enough to clean the system but it's messy and time consuming. The unit really needs to dry out between paintings. And possibly if you're changing colors you'd want to buy an extra roller cover.
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Georgetown, TX
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Yes, but dry time of the cleaning solution (soap and water for latex paints) will be the longest time. If you can how to dry out the hose faster, it should be a quick switch.
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Broomfield, CO, USA
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June 8, 2014
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yes, I use a 5 gal. bucket with warm soapy water and something high to set the pump on and set it on 5 or 6 and walk away and do other things while it cleans.
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Yes, just use warm soapy water to flush it.
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New Hampshire, USA
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the hose and pump self clean with a galon of water 15 or 20 minutes roller is like a hand roller to clean
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It is a 15 minute clean out!
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December 30, 2013
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Particularly if you have new clean rollers on hand to swap for the one filled with paint already on the unit, clean up only takes a short time. After purging the paint hose, you can quickly flush out the lines using water or the appropriate cleaning solution for your paint.
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Primer Application - Go or No Go?

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Dallas, TX
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June 14, 2013
Hi All:

Rookie question - Can I use this to apply primer or not? Also, any special cleaning needs before I use it to apply paint?

Thanks much!
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Leonia, NJ
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Walls you're going to paint should always be cleaned first, and the method depends on how dirty and beat up they are.
You can never go wrong with TSP (trisodium phosphate), but it's a harsh chemical and you need to protect your hands and also rinse the surface after washing. If the walls are pretty clean, you might be able to get away with just dusting them well, but even clean walls benefit from being Read More
Walls you're going to paint should always be cleaned first, and the method depends on how dirty and beat up they are.
You can never go wrong with TSP (trisodium phosphate), but it's a harsh chemical and you need to protect your hands and also rinse the surface after washing. If the walls are pretty clean, you might be able to get away with just dusting them well, but even clean walls benefit from being washing with a mild detergent, rinsed and dried. You can use a sponge mop for this, but I think hand washing is better. A car wash sponge works well, and a fiber scrubby for bad spots.
I know it takes extra time, but don't skip this step. You will get a much more professional result with clean walls.
You can use any cleaning solution you like, just dilute it suitable for the surface. Ammonia is good, also Fabuloso. Something without a lot of suds.
The roller doesn't need to be cleaned before using and yes, you can certainly use it for primer. Read Less
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It will work with primer. Soapy water clean up.
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You can use a primer. Clean the surface of the wall like you would normally. TSP alternative cleaner for painted surfaces. Broom and dust with a slightly damp microfiber cloth on unfinished drywall and patches to remove sanding dust.
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Yes it can apply primer. However mine did not last very long. Numerous failures with this product unfortunately.
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Should work well
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I've just applied 4 gallons of primer paint to my new townhouse interior walls. No problems.Application and cleaning the same as normal paint when using latex.
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June 14, 2013
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Yes the SMART Power Roller can be used to apply primers. As for cleaning, please refer to the back of the can of your primer for the proper cleaning material to use. For water based products you will typically use warm soapy water, for oil based products you will normally use mineral spirits.
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how could this be used at the end of a 6-8 foot extension

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Leonia, NJ
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If I were you I would contact the manufacturer. It comes with an extension but it's not nearly that long, only 18". As far as I know there is no extension that long, and you cannot use a regular extension with this roller. It's an integral part of the system.
However, the paint tube is 16' long, so that might solve your problem.
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It cannot
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It couldn't be unless you got one from wagner, and I don't think they sell them
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May 18, 2013
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To extend the roller, you can use the included extender rod. If you'd like the roller to be even further extended, I believe you can buy and attach a 2nd extender rod. Unfortunately, because the on/off switch is on the handle, you can't use the system with a non-compatible extension.
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I don't know if they make an extension, but if I had the variable pump rate set correctly it could be attached to a long pole and you could paint high above your head. The pump rate doesn't seam effected by the height of the roller. The only problem is the air switch would be out of reach.
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It would be pretty tough. This comes with an 18" extension that I found to be awkward. The center of the roller fills with paint and gets heavy. Plus there is a switch you need to turn off and on near the roller. Using duct tape to extend the handle, you would have to rely on the dial at the pump to control the flow of paint.
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March 11, 2013
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This unit cannot be used on a 6-8 foot extension. It does come with an 18 inch extension but cannot be extended out 6 to 8 feet.
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Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 70 reviewers.
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by No Longer My Go To When I first got this product, I was very excited. It seemed to offer all the 'bells and whistles' one could even want from a DIY person. I used it for two rooms ... or about 4 gallons of paint over a three day period, after I had cut in the room over two days. The unit performed as advertised; I especially like the "reverse" switch and "self cleaning" feature. But, in the end, I spent too much time over the utility sink in the garage getting it squeaky clean [and for those who have used systems like this you know how important that is before storing it away.] Bottom line, I like closing down my projects in 10 minutes, not one hour. I'd rather toss the tray and roller and re-buy the next time I have to paint. April 29, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Takes the "pain" out of "paint" The Wagner 9-inch and 3-inch SMART Power Roller System made painting easy. After reading the instruction book, setup, use, and cleanup was very straightforward. Painting our entire basement living space took less than half the time it took doing it with a traditional roller. A note: the instruction book suggests using Variable Speed 9 (VS9) if you're using the 9-inch roller, but I found that VS9 delivered too much paint for me to be able to keep up with. So, I used VS9 only to fill the roller, and then maintained my paint flow using VS3. I did not use the 3-inch smart edge roller, so this review is based entirely on the 9-inch roller. May 18, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I have painted four houses and 4 apartments with my power roller I love this concept it's great for painting celings and cathedal celings. I use it for walls too. The best thing to do with this roller is to figure out how many sq feet you can do with the same color. I painted every white celing in the house in one day. I always put petroliem jelly on every seal prior to use. and wash it out thoughly. then re apply the petroliem jelly back on the orings and roller seal. I have had it leak a little around the handle But I wrap it with a paper towel and keep on trucking. I applied over 8 gallons of paint in three days. Nice. The splash shield lets you cut in by the walls within 1/8" too 3/16" I love it. If I don't complete my job by the end of the day, I put a wet paper towel on the roller and wrap it up in a plastic shopping bag to reduce cleaning it up I will buy another one this week and paint my 35 by 40 garage. I left the old one at my sons house for him to use. October 17, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Fast, Easy, and Useful The Wagner Roller System helped me to finish several rooms in a fraction of the time it would take using the roller traditional method. By following the easy to follow directions, the clean up was easy; almost too easy. I would give it 5 stars if the 5 gallon conversion accessory was included as a standard instead of a additional purchase. January 6, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Had Some Trouble... We thought this system would help speed up painting 4 large rooms in our house; however, it made a huge mess on my hardwood floors! The roller with the paint flowing through it was great but the leaking from the handle and seals was ridiculous! We thought we did something wrong so we removed all of the paint, cleaned the system thoroughly, put down a bunch of plastic and tried again but it was just as bad. So, it's sitting in a box for me to donate to Goodwill and we had to go buy rollers, pans and brushes and do it the old fashioned way. If they could fix the leaky seals, it might be a good product. I should have listened to all of the other reviewers about the drips and saved myself a hundred bucks! October 27, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product I highly recommend practicing before using the roller. It takes a while to get used to how long you need to press on the button to get the paint on the roller and then when to release the button so you don't get too much paint on roller and can't keep up or run out of wall to paint November 12, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Blasts it's way through your paint job I painted the inside of a medium sized house before lunch. Make sure you are ready to complete a large enough job to justify the longer clean up time for the equipment. October 27, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Puts out a lot of paint. This power roller is great when you have a large room and need to apply a lot of paint. Reds take a lot of coats and my wife wanted the 350 sq ft rec room red. Without this power roller, I would still be painting. Cleanup actually wasn't too bad, you just keep pumping soapy water through the system until the hose is mostly clear. If you are buying this online, I would recommend buying extra rollers since in my area you can't just pick them up at the store. You can also save money on shipping by bundling your order with rollers. The only features I gave up on were the cut-in roller and the extender rod. I still prefer to use a brush for cutting-in. The weight of the paint in the roller was too much for me to control with the extender rod. The only problem I encountered was on a couple of occasions, I bumped the reverse switch and couldn't figure out why the paint stopped flowing. A backup chime might be a nice feature. The literature says you can use this with a 5 gallon bucket, but I'm not sure the hose is long enough to reach the bottom of the pail. May 4, 2013
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