Try This Quick Trick For Neater Painting With A Paint Roller
You’re only as good as your tools. Every DIYer knows that if your tools are not in good condition it will impact the final product.
When it comes to painting, this is especially true. Painting with crusty, old paint brushes and rollers will result in sloppy edges and bumpy surfaces.
One way to keep your paint roller in good form is to trim the sides to get rid of ragged edges and loose fibres. Make sure you use sharp scissors so you don’t make the problem worse! By trimming the sides of your paint roller you will be able to apply paint more precisely, creating cleaner lines.