We used it once, and never again. As Foil mentioned, its better and more authentic to create your own. When we used it, it was difficult to blend the cuts and corners with the rolled areas. Really difficult.
The version of Ralph Lauren that we used came with a special roller that had the same basic texture as a wash cloth. When we determined it impossible to blend the brush work to this texture, we later explored ways to create a suede effect without a gimmicky roller and paint.
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