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Wagner 0530010 Smart côté Kick Power Roller
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First, don't buy this for a single bedroom paint job, where you have standard 8 foot ceilings and smooth walls. It's not really worth it for that when you consider the money and time investment.
I used this in a large "great" room, dining room, etc. Some walls had old paint over knockdown walls, some had new knockdown applied. This thing worked really well for my situation. The hardest part is getting it going. You need to work the paint into the roller and that will take a minute or two to get it saturated...but you have to keep rolling on the wall, even if you're not painting anything. Otherwise, you'll get bad drips. I did the vast majority of my work without a drop cloth (laminate and tile, no carpet). Once it's saturated you're good to go. Use 5 second bursts to recharge the roller with paint as it runs low. People who say this thing pumps paint too fast, obviously left the thing running the whole time and are obviously idiots.
This helped a lot on the fresh knockdown walls, because it can lay the paint on pretty thick without having to roll it in the pan every other stroke. Knockdown tends to eat up paint pretty quick but I effectively covered all the surfaces in 2 coats (second coat being very quick and light, just to fill in the "holidays" as painters call them). On smooth walls, this thing flies.
I used this with 5 gallon and 1 gallon cans with no issues.
CLEAN UP TIPS:
I got this down to science.
- You basically need three 5 gallon buckets (homer pales from HD for $5, if you don't already have a couple)
- Helps to be outside at a hose or spigot.
- Strip paint from roller, back into paint can, as much as possible.
- Fill one buck with water (IF you have access to warm water, great...I didn't) and Dawn dish soap. Stick the feed tube in there, as you would a paint can.
- Pull off roller, strip parts, throw in second bucket (IF YOU'RE THROWING AWAY THE ROLLER, DON'T FORGET TO TAKE OUT THE INTERNAL PARTS)
- Hang handle roller on empty 3rd bucket (or hang it on something like a fence, etc)
- Run the machine. Let the soapy water flow through the machine for a solid 15 minutes (don't put them in the same bucket as suggested in other posts...you're just cycling dirty water back through for no reason)
- Use second bucket to wash roller and parts while it runs. (These rollers aren't cheap....try to get a few uses out of them)
- Empty bucket #1, rinse and fill with only clean water.
- Run machine again and let the plain water run through for another 10 minutes.
- Take the handle apart and make sure it gets cleaned well. I like to stick the end of the metal piece right on the end of hose to blast out the little holes of any dried paint. If the latex paint dries and clogs a couple of those holes, you're screwed next time.
- Make sure you're only pumping clean, clear water...at that point the internals are as clean as they can get.
- Pull the feed hose out of the water and let it run for a minute to pump out any water in the hose. Try to elevate the machine and use gravity to drain the hose. I like to hang it up in the garage to let it dry, with the handle in a bucket to drain.
- Clearing the line of excess water is important, otherwise you'll go to use it again and you'll start with very wet paint and get a lot of runs and drips.
- I like to re-start it with the roller off and the handle in a bucket. You'll see the paint flow through and push most of the water out first. Let it run in the bucket a little to make sure you're dry and then put roller on.
- You WILL waste a little more paint with this set-up than with a traditional roller - be aware of that if you think you're going to be right on the edge of having enough paint.
Don't get the perforated rollers at HD - they SUCK compared to the Wagner brand rollers on Amazon and are twice the price (in-store, compared to Amazon). UPS showed up while I was rolling with an HD roller....I took it off and started over with a fresh Wagner mid-job.
Just remember, you're going to need a solid 30 minutes to clean up. If you decide to let this sit and not clean it properly, you won't get another use out of it.
Have some vasoline or grease or oil for the areas where the rollers connects and rotates. You'll notice they come oiled and if they go dry, this thing will squeak and be harder to roll.
Yes, this thing gets heavy...surprisingly. I'm a grown man in good shape and it was heavier than expected when full of paint. A GOOD contractors pole will help alleviate some of that, even if you're not going high up. The 2-4' extendable one (solid metal interior...not a cheap broom handle type) work really well...you can control pressure with one hand and movement with the other - splits up the work.
This product has held up extremely well. No issues or signs of any failure. Unlike several other reviews I have not experienced any leaks. I also had friends help paint and it didn't break. (They were not as gentile with it as I was)
Things I found to make it work better.
Have multiple rooms ready to paint and do them all at once (Limit the cleanings)
Take the cleaning instructions one step further, Don't recirculate the soapy water just let it pump from one clean bucket to a discard bucket.
Before storing the unit hang it from the top of a latter and pump all the water out of the hose (It wont pump all the water out of the hose if its just coiled up on the ground)
Don't let it sit with paint in it for more than about 30 min
I highly recommend this. It is amazing. I will never use another roller again !
I went through 9 gallons of paint and 4 different colors over the course of 3 days of painting. This meant I had multiple times cleaning it out and multiple periods the paint drying out. Needless to say, this thing got it's workout.
The bad first:
There was some slight leaking from the handle on day 1. It was very slight and made more of a mess on my hand than anything. This went away completely after cleaning it out the first time. I'm not sure why. I didn't do anything differently. The leak was never enough to actually cause any dripping.
When rolling with the button face down, the tension would cause the extension rod I was using to loosen. This was quite annoying, but didn't effect painting and I can't attribute it entirely to this device.
That's all of the bad.
It took NO TIME AT ALL to paint a wall. I would press the button and quickly/lightly go over a ~4-5' section of wall. Then turn off the button and go back over the area spreading out the paint to full coverage. 2 coats of Shirwin Williams Emerald Satin paint and the walls were done.
There was next to no mess. My dropcloths that I laid out were generally clean at the end of this. With a standard roller, I've always spilled so much paint. With this, none.
The cleanup was seriously a breeze. I used the 2x5 gallon bucket method with some dish soap and walked away for 20 minutes. When I came back, I took a paper towel to some other areas when separating the roller and was done.
I'm so happy with this purchase and definitely recommend it for anyone who has a big paint job.
Tip: when switching colors, there will be will be water left in the hose. When you switch paint, run it over an empty bucket or container without a roller brush on the handle. Let the water drip out until you see thick paint, then put the roller on.