I have tried different roller heads for emulsion, but find on ceilings, if you roll in all directions, rather than straight, or across, when dry your left with Roller marks, which look shocking once dried, any ideas ?
Don't apply so much pressure on roller
normally pushing to much presser on roller i only use a deep pile and no lines
Hi you need to prepare your wall before painting ( sanding down any previous roller marks) you need to use a good quality roller and when you start rolling make sure you spread the pain on w shape and roller should go nice and easy don't press to much on it , make sure you spread the paint equally and only in 1 direction. Hope this will help you
Always paint in one direction and as the roller unloads the paint it leaves thinner patches that show , so when you reload the roller and start where you finished , lightly go back over the last bit painted to blend in the thinner coat of paint and when your finished there will be no lines
Some uneven paint on ceiling
.needs fine sand paper
Gentel ruddown first before
It could be the paint you've used, not necessarily you or the roller?
You need to roll straight and have enough paint on it. Or get the professionals to do it
It sounds like you are over loading the roller try putting less onto your roller and try and get the paint even all over the roller head.hope this helps.
you have to paint on the diagonal from wall to wall, not towards the window where the sun shines!
In my experience I have used different rollers but it depends on your hand,i.e works very well for me.but there are special rollers for ceiling. Applying the paint would be a back and for motion.
Invest in a good short/ mid pile roller head and a more expensive good brand matt emulsion that won't flash or grin. Lay it on well and don't over roll it.
yes try long pile roller, i have noticed than long pile rollers leaves no marks whichever type of paint you are using, this i different from short pile roller because the edge of the roller always leaves marks, nomatter how much you lay off