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Graco Pressure Roller Kit
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Transforms the paint sprayer into a rolling system for increased versatility. Using the roller kit is four times faster than a traditional roller while eliminating the mess of a roller tray. Pressure rolling is ideal when spraying is not possible.
- Attaches directly to the spray gun with no tools
- EvenFlow capability prevents dripping and paint buildup
- Lighter design for less fatigue
- Requires less than 300psi for use
- Can use on Airless Spray Guns with a 7/8 in. thread
- Easy to use - simply pull the gun trigger to release more paint
- Pressure Roller Kit includes a 9 in. stainless steel roller frame, 45° paint gun adapter, 20 in. extension, and 1/2 in. nap roller cover
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- Expensive but worth it
February 16, 2015
I hesitated spending $80 on this accessory since I just spent $300 on the Graco X5 sprayer - which I didn't budget for but figured it was cheaper to buy it than rent a sprayer since I had a whole house to do. After spraying the whole interior with primer, I like using the sprayer since it is light and easy to maneuver but I was painting the walls a different color than the ceiling and the thought of trying to protect the ceiling while spraying the walls is what lead me to look into this accessory. I hesitated because of the cost and some bad reviews, but figured it had to be better than spending the time to protect the ceilings from overspray. I am glad I did!
Well yesterday I did two coats on 90% of the interior walls of a 1500 square foot house - by myself! 3 bedrooms, hallway, living room, and family room. I was exhausted after at the end of the day and had my frustrations with the roller, but was still glad that I bought it. As a previous reviewer stated, the roller is heavier than a standard roller. You will have to roll with two hands. One on the gun and the other guiding the bar. Because it is heavy and you are triggering the paint that comes out of the roller, you need to 'guide' the roller up/down the wall so you don't get 'runs' on the sides. The best way to describe this is when you have a roller filled with paint and you roll and lean on one side of the roller - there will be a run of paint on that side. This can occur with the roller if you don't use your hand to guide it - especially in tight corners/areas. It does take a little getting use to since you trigger the gun to get paint to the roller and roll. As some reviewers stated, it took longer to cut the corners than it did to roll the walls. Here is my two cents on the pros and cons.
Clean - there are no drips from the roller and it is 100% cleaner than the sprayer
Fast - Energy focused on rolling not stopping and getting more paint on your roller
Economical - less paint used since you put the sprayer hose into the gallon/5 gallon bucket and not pouring into trays
Heavy - the roller is heavier than a traditional roller. I recommend getting the cheap gloves that have rubber in the palm and fingers and use them to paint. It helps with the metal gun and the hand that holds the metal bar to the roller
Size - the roller bar is fixed. If you have a small area, i.e., 3' hallway, it can be difficult to roll
Fighting the hose - this pairs with the "heaviness' of the roller. At times when rolling the hose would cause frustration.
Easy to Use
45 to 54, Female
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