|Nap Size/Thickness (in.)||3/8||Product Depth (in.)||2.25 in|
|Product Height (in.)||2.25 in||Product Length (in.)||9 in|
|Product Width (in.)||9 in||Roller Diameter (in.)||2.25|
|Roller Length (in.)||9 in|
|Applicator/Tool Type||Roller Cover||For Use On||Ceiling, Wall|
|For Use With||All Paint Types||Interior/Exterior||Exterior, Interior|
|Paint Tool Product Type||Applicator/Tool||Product Weight (lb.)||.35 lb|
|Professional Paint Supplies & Values||Pro Supplies||Returnable||90-Day|
|Roller Core Size||Standard||Roller Cover Material||Polyester|
|Roller Product Type||Roller Covers||Textured||Yes|
|Manufacturer Warranty||Guaranteed against defects in workmanship and materials|
A: No - this is only recommended for textured paints. Please consider the 9 x 3/8” white woven for this type of coating. Thanks,
A: No - this is only designed to be used with texture paints. It will not create texture patterns on it's own. Thanks,
A: 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.
A: Yes. I apply the mud to the ceiling with the roller and then roll out. Read my review for additional application info.
A: Maybe. I was trying to get a pattern. It just wasn't good for what I needed. Probably good for mud.
A: 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.
A: Yes, that's what I use this for. Works great.
A: Gives you a popcorn look texture
A: 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.
A: 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.
A: My textured walls were done by contractors who turned a garage into a 2 bedroom apt. 12 years ago. They asked me if I wanted textured or smooth drywall, and I wanted textured. It is like a bumpy look, not quite like the popcorn ceilings.
A: 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.