Foam Roller Covers, yellow foam paint roller cover refills
 
  • Foam Roller Covers, yellow foam paint roller cover refills

Foam Roller Covers

These yellow foam roller covers are intended for use with gloss or semi-gloss coatings and finishes. Foam roller covers will not leave lint or stipple behind. Sold in packs of two.
 
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Note: These rollers work well with urethanes, polyurethanes, paints, gelcoat, and primers, but some users have reported that they are not solvent-resistant enough for some epoxy applications. If superior solvent resistance is a requirement for your project, consider the related West System 8002 roller cover listed below.
BRAND: Arroworthy
Type: Paint Rollers
3.0 15

Not for Epoxy

2

Used this roller for TotalBoat Penetrating Epoxy thinned with acetone. The foam delaminates from the core after a couple panels.Thought it might have been the acetone, but used one again without any thinner and it quickly delaminated again.

DJS

Boston

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Junk

1

Worthless chinese Junk. These are not solvent resistant at all. Use WEST rollers if you are using anything with "hot" solvents. Would give zero stars if I could. Hey Jamestown- stock up on quality products and stop pushing this Junk.

PF

South Jersey

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I will not buy this item again.

1

The foam delaminated from the roller on both hard foam roller s within the first few minutes of use.

John

Gainesville, GA.

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Poor quality

1

Bought several packages of rollers and used three so far and on all three the foam came off of the roller.

J

Maine

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Very poor quality

1

Rollers were not useable. Foam was not attached to cardboard tube, and they had raised ridges in them that left a line in the paint. Buy the hot dog rollers instead.

John

Alliance, Ohio

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Chinese Roller Covers

1

I agree with the previous posters, these are Chinese Roller covers, and altho I have not used them yet, I will be buying some from Gougeon's as these already look like they are coming apart at the seams.

Wild Bill

Erie PA

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fast and effective way to apply coatings

4

I used these foam rollers to apply penetrating epoxy, epoxy barrier coats, bottom paints and Total Boat Gleam 2.o varnish. Coating went on in no time and in every case they resulted in uniform coverage. Also highly recommend cutting the roller to 'tip' the wet coating.One thing... I noticed my latest batch of rollers (Sept/Oct 2017) had some uneven seams and did not last as long as the roller covers purchased earlier in the year. Hope this is just a one-off and not indicative of of a lower quality product.

Gus

Ohio

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not too solvent resistant!

2

these are probably fine with many materials, I tried to use one to roll Awl Grip 545 epoxy primer, the epoxy soon dissolved glue holding the foam to the roller . made a mess. the package claims 'solvent resistant' , depends on the solvent, but West brand rollers DO work with 545 primer!

steve

ny

good but fail too quickly

4

Useful in applying a smooth finish,especially after rolling and then tipping. However, solvents in single part Brightside may cause foam to come unglued after 10 to 15 Sq ft. of painting. This is poor compatability.But I have found no better product

ks

pennsylvania

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Used 26 of These on two stand up paddleboards

5

I am building two stand up paddleboards for Christmas presents. I wasn't happy with the reviews for the epoxy short nap rollers expressly sold for epoxy work. I used chip brushes and plastic spreaders rather than buy any rollers which would deteriorate during use. I have found that there are wasted periods of time waiting for epoxy to set before sanding and again for painting. This caused me to begin working on the second board while waiting through these wait times on the first board. I even decided to lay out the fiberglass for the deck of the 14' board while waiting. Inadvertently, I picked up one of these rollers and began rolling on the epoxy. I was able to finish the entire 14' deck without any degradation of the roller other than all rollers tendency to swell a bit with epoxy. It was only after completing the fiberglass job I realized I had used a roller intended only for high gloss paints. I highly recommend these rollers.

Jim the Watercraft Builder

Texas Gulf Coast

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Foam Roller Covers

3.015

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