Corner+ Roller

This new and revised Corner+ Roller is a game changer. Originally we tried this product over a year ago and we were not a fan. The nap was poor quality and would shed all over the surface. So we sent it back and told them they needed to make a better quality nap, AND THEY DID! This roller right here has a 1/2″ nap and is made out of high quality microfiber. They did not go cheap with these things, and nothing comes off of it. 

This is not just a typical roller. It has a rounded edge with the nap extended over it so you can apply corner and ceiling cut-ins as you roll. Just load up the roller. The paint goes over the edge. It is used like a regular roller, but it preforms several tasks and does all of the work for you. With this you get almost a full 2 in of color being brought over. Saves you a ton of time, and a ton of extra work. We love this for ceilings, especially, because it saves your knees from having to continuously climb up and down ladders. 



One question we have had is, “does it make a mess?”. The answer is no. Previous products have been made out of a polyester blend and they dripped and splattered paint around like crazy. This one does not. The high quality microfiber holds onto the paint like little fingers and doesn’t let go of it until it hit the surface. No drips. No splatters. No mess. 

We make it a point to only sell products we believe in. This is why we have a limited amount of tools on our store. Each and every tool on our store are ones we store in our vans to maximize our efficiency and produce a higher quality finish. We love the corner roller. And it is actually hard to get ahold of, as not many other places sell them as of current. But we have made it easy for you to access by adding them to our store. Try one out and let us know what you think! I have a feeling you will save a lot of time, money, and back ache. 

Watch our video below to see this baby in action. Follow us on YoutubeFacebookInstagram, and Pinterest for more product reviews and tutorials. 

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