After placing and finishing of drywall the walls of my basement, it was time for some primer and paint. I just wanted a normal paint roller, but had a unique opportunity for the new turbo Wagner Power Roller roller test and I’m glad I did.
You see, after painting my house this summer that Wagner was a gentleman who wrote me a few questions about my project contact. One thing led to another and sent me two free rollers roll turbo power to try to paint in my basement. In the interest of full disclosure, I got these two turbo roll feed roller in exchange for an impartial opinion.
I usually use a regular old disposable paint roller with the traditional method of pouring the paint into the paint tray, roller is running in the tank and the paint on the wall. The process of painting with a roller is about 100 times faster than with a brush, but a process that can be painted with much confusion and movement around the role of perforated tray on the wall.
Wagner paint roller turbo powered roll takes a lot of dirty hands and makes it relatively clean and fast. Battery operated, very clean and simple. Everything is reusable, so it is actually a little better for the environment of regular disposable paint. Not perfect, but pretty darn close.
At the heart of Wagner is a self-turbo roll feed rollers essentially a giant syringe, hold the color and pushes it through a special role. But unlike most other paint roller tube, no need to manually move to another flask. The “Turbo” Turbo part device consists of a small engine batteries (four AA), which automatically pushes the piston inside and out. The Turbo Roll is pretty easy to use: just a two-button switch that is running in a piston or the other direction.