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Power Rollers

Posted by GeneF on June 3rd, 2000 01:41 PM
In reply to power rollers for interior painting by S Leslie on June 3rd, 2000 08:47 AM [Go to top of thread]

Personally I have given up on them. I had a large living room,
dining room hall, foyer etc to paint.. so I got one. The first time
I used it it went well. But.. the clean up was unbelievable. And the
clean up is very fussy. I thought I was meticulous..but somehow some
water must have gotten in the vaccuum hose.. and the next time I used it
the unit wouldnt shut off. The paint kept pumping, and pumping. It was
like a comedy scene from the 3 Stooges. And I pride myself on being very
thorough with my tool maintenance.

I found it too time consuming and fussy to clean. Its been sitting in my
basement for 5 years. Want it? I found normal rollers and brushes to be the
most reliable.

Just one opinion. My 2 cents worth.

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