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It depends on how textured the ceiling is. If it’s slightly textured, a 3/8-inch or a ½-inch nap roller cover should work well. If it’s...
As a general rule, you should use a synthetic bristle brush with latex paint and a natural bristle brush with oil-base paints. However, many...
Look for the tips of the bristles to be a different color than the rest of the bristles. This shows that the tips have been machined to be flagged,...
It depends. When used with latex paint, roller covers can be easily cleaned and reused. First, use the curved part of a 5-in-1 tool to scrape out as...
Use an angled brush to trim the perimeter of the room and around door and window...
Straight-cut paint brushes are traditional and have been used for centuries. While both provide good coverage, angled paint brushes cover a bigger...
There are two types: synthetic and natural bristle. Natural bristle brushes are used with stains and varnishes. Synthetics are good for any kind...
Yes, just as you would with a paint brush. Natural fiber roller covers made with mohair or a blend of polyester and lamb’s wool are...
The best answer is whatever you feel comfortable with. A bigger brush holds more paint and applies it more quickly, but it is also harder...
An angle-tipped brush allows you to put the tips of the bristles on the work at the natural angle that the brush is held. In addition, an...
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