Painting with a roller is an easy and efficient way to paint your walls. We'll show you how to finish the job in no time at all.
For Best Results:
Start with BEHR® paint that has been stirred so any color that may have settled is completely incorporated.
A properly loaded roller should not drip when moved and does not require you to apply force against a surface when painting.
Paint Tray Liner
Roller Cover and Frame
Grab your tools.
Pour the paint into the tray.
Dip your roller into the paint. Make sure the roller is completely saturated. Roll it up and down on the tray to remove any excess paint.
TIP: Attach an extension pole to help with hard to reach areas.
Roll a “W” on the wall with the roller, filling the empty spaces in a top to bottom motion. This will help place an even distribution of paint onto the wall. Repeat this until you have completely covered the entire wall.
TIP: The "W" should not be any wider than one arm-length, which is typically twenty-four to thirty-two inches.
Once your wall is completely painted, apply a second coat for even better coverage.
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