I was painting my kitchen cabinets. I told the sales associate I didn't want roller marks. I was going for more of that factory sprayed look. She recommended this roller made for this application. The roller ended up pulling little dimples in the paint and leaving the roller lines. It was better than the orange peel look of a traditional roller but definitely not what I wanted. I then back brushed the rolled paint with a high quality Purdy brush. That gave me the smooth look I was going for. Moral of the story....you can apply the paint quickly with the roller but if you want the roller marks gone, back brush it with a quality brush.
Easy Instructions, Easy to Use, Easy to Apply
leaves roller marks
Great to use on smooth surfaces. doors, walls, finished and sanded wood.
Definitely worth recommending for easy applying paint. Better than any brush I've used.
Even Application, High Quality of Material, Easy to Apply, Easy Instructions, Good Coverage, Easy to Use, Looks Great, Looks High End
Difficult to Clean, sometimes needs to be squeezed or absorbed paint
Like any tool, this roller takes some practice. My first use wasn’t very good but I stuck with it. I have used the microfiber roller with oil based paints, primer latex and especially useful with finish coats of latex. Take your time, if it skids lighten your touch and slow down. Really learn to use this and it will surprise you.