Yah, we use em a lot.I have painted whole interiors of homes with one sausage diameter 7” roller cover faster then a standard roller cover and come out with an awesome finish.
Anyone else here use that size roller? :whistling2:
I won't be betting anything against you their Zoro, you are a pro! One thing I will bet you though is Haloween is over and your act is lame.:thumbup:Yah, we use em a lot.
I gess u betr n us cuz we'd NEVER, EVER, paint a whole interior with one.
LMAO.I won't be betting anything against you their Zoro, you are a pro! One thing I will bet you though is Haloween is over and your act is lame.:thumbup:
I think that was my point. Contractor or painter, he was using the WRONG tool for the job. This thread belongs on a rerun of That's Incredible!you were watching a contractor, not a painter!
Ditto. :yes:I like sausage rollers for painting doors - and backbrushing - and that occasional spot behind a toilet or radiator.
I use the 7” roller for walls and I like to use a 4” roller for ceilings. It creates a nice finish in a timely manner and my arms don't get tired. I only use the artist brush for cutting in, trim, and doors. I always charge T&M using these methods. :thumbup:hey ********
one time I did a whole house with an artist brush. it took a little extra time but dude was it custom...:yes:
:laughing: :thumbsup:I always charge T&M using these methods. :thumbup: