Professional-grade ArroWorthy Mighty Mini Foam Rollers produce a smooth, beautiful finish every time and are ideal for smaller projects or touch-up jobs. Available in complete kits, or replacement frames and roller covers.
Complete Foam Roller Kit includes 4" roller frame, solvent-resistant plastic tray, two 4" foam covers, and disposable gloves.
Note: Roller frames are available separately in two sizes to fit the 4" and 6.5" roller cover refills.
It is a standard roller cover. I would imagine 3/16 or 1/4 roller holder. Hope this helps
are they solvent resistant?
4 inch are better but still only 12 -15 minutes when used with Interprotect 2000 or VC Performance epoxy.
no. they will swell. The core will separate from the foam. They will not shred however. They will still give a smooth finish even though they swelled up. Have a lot on hand, and change often, if you are doing a large area with solvent based paint.
Excellent alternative to yellow foam for Perfection
Very nice product
good quality - good value
Refitting 1977 Windrose 22
Worked OK. Swelled with 2 part paint
Painting the coach roof of our boat with 2 part Epifanes paint. The roller held together, however, swelled in size and became soft. I was able to complete the job, but, apparently the Mighty Mini rollers are not suitable for 2 part paint. The paint was applied evenly. First few swipes with the roller did introduce air bubbles into the paint. Usually you will be rolling and tipping, so it won't be an issue. I have not used this on bottom paint. The tray held up well, including cleaning with the proper paint thinner. Handle held up as well to the paint and thinner.Good roller.....as long as you are using a one part paint.
Good for 2-part urethanes
Works very well with 2-part urethanes. High density foam allows for a very,very smooth and stipple free finish. I use only 2-part urethanes and apply final coats with 40% reducer. Other than "trash", there is no need to sand nor polish the final finish; its near perfect. Many times, I clean and reuse by rolling out all remaining paint on paper towels; rolling through clean reducer; then roll dry on paper towels. The only fault is the reducer may desolve the core glue and it may seperate from the foam, they need an epoxy bond to prevent this. Great product.