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Offline AtomicRyan

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Anyone have any experience with this paint? It gets good reviews, but I'm having issues with roller marks. I'm wondering if I'm using the wrong roller cover. Anyone use this stuff regularly and can recommend a roller cover???

Thanks a ton!

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Offline leakyroof

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Re: Rolling out Sherwin Williams "All Surface Enamel" Oil based Satin
« Reply #1 on: March 23, 2019, 09:05 AM »
What nap thickness are you using, and which brand Roller Cover?
Not as many Sanders as PA Floor guy.....

Offline AtomicRyan

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Re: Rolling out Sherwin Williams "All Surface Enamel" Oil based Satin
« Reply #2 on: March 23, 2019, 09:33 AM »
Purdy WhiteDove 1/4" nap for very smooth surfaces...

Offline Goz

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I don't have experience with the All Surface Enamel, but SW ProClassic is very tricky with rollers. You can basically only use velour or mohair with it. Check with your local SW store for recommendations. They should be able to help you find something that works.

Offline AtomicRyan

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I don't have experience with the All Surface Enamel, but SW ProClassic is very tricky with rollers. You can basically only use velour or mohair with it. Check with your local SW store for recommendations. They should be able to help you find something that works.

I did a coat this morning with a mohair roller and it seems better. Think I need one more coat to know for sure.

Thanks guys.