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Questions and Answers for 9 in.x 1/2 in.High-Capacity Polyester Knit Paint Roller Cover (3-Pack)

Internet #205871739

Model #HD RS3503 0900N

Store SKU #1001287417

  • Use with all paints on semi-smooth to semi-rough surfaces
  • Premium knit paint roller provides a smooth and shed-free finish
  • Unique proprietary fabric out performs all standard knits

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Q:what is best roller for semi gloss paint
by|Aug 7, 2020
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A:  They will all work, it depends on the texture of the wall.

by|Aug 8, 2020

A:  Not sure used this one before for semi gloss great quality

by|Aug 30, 2023

A:  If you are painting smooth surfaces, a white woven or microfiber in a 3/8in nap would be a great choice. Rinse the cover and spin dry before using the first time to help the roller cover deliver the most paint and the cleanest finish. Thanks,

by|Oct 26, 2021
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    A:  Using semi gloss with a roller is tuff to do, if you need some type of protection use satin.

    by|Apr 12, 2023
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    Q:Is this the type of roller cover to use on a textured ceiling? Thanks.
    by|Dec 2, 2018
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    A:  This roller can be used to paint textured ceilings, But this is not the type of roller you would use to create a textured ceiling.

    by|Mar 12, 2023
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      A:  Yes of course, just make sure you use a drop cloth.

      by|May 23, 2023
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      A:  Yes, you could use this sort of roller depending on the depth of the texture. For textures that are "heavier", such as popcorn / acoustic style textures, a roller with a longer nap would work better.

      by|Jun 21, 2023
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        A:  No, at least 3/4" nap is necessary for textured ceilings.

        by|Sep 25, 2019

          A:  Yes, I used it on my medium textured ceiling and walls and it works. It holds the paint well and covers great.

          by|Mar 12, 2023
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          Q:CAN I USE ON ROOF TO PUT ON SEALANT
          by|Sep 14, 2018
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          A:  I don't know how well the nap would stay together on a sealant. I only used it with eggshell enamel paint.

          by|Dec 18, 2019

          A:  Generally the answer would be yes, but please read the application recommendations on the package of sealant for the manufacturer's guidelines. Thanks,

          by|May 6, 2023

            A:  Yes, but you may not get much mileage out of it with such a thick liquid.

            by|Nov 18, 2019

            A:  Yes you can, I just did this two weeks ago.

            by|Jun 20, 2022
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              A:  No

              by|Oct 23, 2023
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                Q:Can i use these with epoxy paint on a basement concrete floor
                by|Sep 13, 2018
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                A:  Yes, but you may not get much mileage out of it with epoxy. You may want to research this more.

                by|Nov 18, 2019

                A:  We used this to paint our garage. It was easy to work with without any problems

                by|Jul 2, 2020

                  A:  No idea, but I would think you want less nap.

                  by|May 5, 2019

                  A:  Please check the manufacturer's recommendations on the can, as usually they recommend an lower napped woven roller, not medium napped knit. Something like SKU 716937. Thanks,

                  by|May 6, 2023
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                    Q:can i use this to apply texture?
                    by|Nov 18, 2017
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                    A:  You can. I'm assuming you're using a watered down compound mix. You can but it really depends on how watered down your compound is and the look you're going for.

                    by|Nov 18, 2017

                    A:  This roller cover is good for applying paint over already existing texture, but probably won't give you the results you are looking for if used to apply a texture product. Texture products work best if they are troweled on to the surface and then either brushed, troweled or rolled with a specific texture roller (like SKU 430546) to get the desired finish and effect. Thanks,

                    by|May 5, 2023

                      A:  No this is for ceilings that are already textured. You'll just get the regular paint roller texture from this roller. I believe the website has a special section or filter for rollers that apply texture.

                      by|Dec 27, 2020

                        A:  No.

                        by|Oct 22, 2018
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                          Q:At the store in hawaii they only have the roller cover for the Extra Texture Deck over paint. And no one knows what to tell you.
                          by|Sep 20, 2017
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                          A:  I used 4" foam rollers to do the deck railings and uprights. Just the right size to paint 2" x 6" top rails and 2" x 4" upright balustrades (uprights between the support posts). I covered with plastic wrap between painting bouts, came back just fine without drying out. Liked the finish better than a paintbrush and much simpler and quicker.

                          by|Sep 24, 2019

                          A:  Great

                          by|Jul 23, 2019

                          A:  The manufacturer recommends that you use a nylon/polyester brush to first apply in trouble spots, then use a 1/2in nap roller. The roller you have mentioned above will work. Thanks,

                          by|May 4, 2023
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                            Q:none of associates know
                            by|Aug 31, 2017
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                            A:  You should use roller covers with 1/4 to 3/8 nap, so this cover is not suitable for applying wallpaper paste.

                            by|May 4, 2023

                              A:  SKU 112364 - adhesive roller - would be ideal for this job. Thanks.

                              by|May 4, 2023
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                                Q:What is the best nap length for textured ceiling paint
                                by|Jan 28, 2017
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                                A:  For most moderately textured ceilings, a 3/4in nap will work best. It will have enough material to reach varying depths of the surface. A good tip is to apply two coats at right angles to ensure that all sides of the textured surfaces are covered. Thanks.

                                by|May 4, 2023

                                  A:  That would depend on the depth of the texture itself, Measure the depth, And then buy a roller with long enough hairs.

                                  by|Nov 5, 2019

                                    A:  Just find one for "smooth to semi-smooth surfaces" unless it's really rough, but can't imagine a ceiling that rough. This nap is probably too thick, but will work in a pinch. And FYI, this brand is not 100% "shedless". It WILL leave a few fibers in the paint.

                                    by|Nov 18, 2019

                                    A:  1/2 inch nap is best.

                                    by|May 5, 2023
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                                    Q:To get best shine what roller do you need to use paint
                                    by|Oct 11, 2016
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                                    A:  Really depends on your paint sheen, but a foam roller(basically something smooth) would make the shine show through.

                                    by|Oct 1, 2017

                                    A:  How shiny or glossy the paint will look on the surface will depend on three things: 1) surface preparation - is the wall clean and sealed/primed? this will keep the paint from being sucked into the wall which will dull the finish as well as take much more paint to cover the surface properly. 2) sheen of paint - from flat to very glossy you will generally have sheens called: matte, eggshell, satin, semi-gloss, high-gloss. pick a semi or high gloss paint for maximum sheen, matte is very dull and eggshell and satin are in between. 3) applicator - ideally you would use as short a nap of roller cover as you can for your surface. if the surface is very smooth (like regular drywall), a 1/4in nap roller cover will give you the glossiest finish. longer naps will knock down the finish and cause the paint to look less glossy. Thanks!

                                    by|May 4, 2023
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                                      A:  The shine comes from the paint "sheen". Glossy paint looks best when the surface is as smooth as possible. Spraying is the best. Brushing works well, but not for large areas. Foam rollers are good, but slow. What to use depends a lot on what it is you're painting.

                                      by|Oct 22, 2018

                                        A:  I would look more to the type paint. a roller can't make a flat sheen shine. It can be the difference between good looking and bad. Look on the paint label the manufacture usually tells you the best applicator. Most of them have help lines. Surface texture has a lot to do with shine also.

                                        by|May 4, 2023
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                                        Q:What dia. opening for the end Pins 1/4" or 3/8"?
                                        by|Oct 7, 2016
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                                        A:  3/8

                                        by|Feb 26, 2019

                                          A:  The actual diameter is 9/16in and the caps will accept most 3/8in or 1/2in pins. Thanks,

                                          by|May 4, 2023

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