- On most interior paint jobs, Henrique uses microfiber roller covers with a 3⁄8-inch nap. “They’re lint-free and leave a smooth finish,” he says.
- As you work, keep the tray close by to minimize the distance to the wall and extra steps between the two.
- “If your roller is covered with paint, you have enough,” says Henrique. “If it’s dripping, there’s too much.” Roll some off on the tray before moving to the wall.
Pro Paint Tips: Get the Most Out of Rolling
Three paint roller tips from Mauro Henrique
By Josh Garskof