Our brushes are bought from leading names like ‘Harris’, ‘Purdy’ and ‘Wooster’. With a good brush we can leave a good finish. The same goes for our rollers. We only buy the best rollers so that we leave the perfect finish to your ceilings and walls.
Interior Painting Brushes
Decorators brush bristles
Many brushes used today for interior painting have bristles which may be natural or synthetic. If the filaments are synthetic, they may be made of polyester, nylon or a blend of nylon and polyester. Filaments can be hollow or solid and can be tapered or untapered. Interior painting brushes with tapered filaments give a smoother finish.
Synthetic filaments last longer than natural bristles. Natural bristles are preferred for oil-based paints and varnishes, while synthetic brushes are better for water-based paints as the bristles do not expand when wetted.
An interior painting and decorator judges the quality of a paintbrush based on several factors: filament retention, paint pickup, steadiness of paint release, brush marks, drag and precision painting. A chiseled brush permits the painter to cut into tighter corners and paint more precisely.
Brush handles may be made of wood or plastic while ferrules are metal (usually nickel-plated steel).
Interior Painting Roller
Decorators paint roller
A paint roller is a paint application tool used for painting large flat surfaces rapidly and efficiently.
The paint roller typically consists of two parts: a “roller frame,” and a “roller cover.” The roller cover absorbs the paint and transfers it to the painted surface, the roller frame attaches to the roller cover. When used for interior painting, it is advised that precaution is carried out to prevent any paint spraying from the roller foam whilst being applied. Some rollers come with a surround which prevents splashing and spraying onto nearby surfaces but usually, less paint, slower speed and more care has a positive result. A painter holds the roller by the handle section. The roller frame is reusable. It is possible to clean and reuse a roller cover, but it is also typically disposed of after use.
The roller cover is a cylindrical core with a pile fabric covering secured to the cylindrical core. Foam rubber rollers are also produced. There are both foam and fabric rollers that are individually available (without a handle), made to replace worn out rollers, once an old roller is removed the new roller can be fitted onto the handle section for use. An innovation of the cylindrical core has allowed it to contain paint inside, with the cover absorbing paint from the inside and filtering it through (naturally by wicking) to be applied externally, when the roller is rolled.