Thanks for the advice - I think I'm going to try it your way. I once tried
rolling the panels out, but I was disappointed with the lack of smoothness.
Your trick using the brush should cure that problem.
| > | I use a short nap roller in order to get an even paint application.
| > While
| > it
| > | is still wet, I let a 3 or 4 inch brush glide over the stipple marks
| > left
| > by
| > | the roller, using only the weight of the brush, holding the brush by
| > tip
| > | of the handle. The result is a very smooth finish, without stipples.
| > |
| > | You may want to first try this on a piece of scrap.
| > |
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| > | Walter
| > | www.rationality.net
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| > Interesting option. Is the purpose of the roller to get the paint down
| > fast? Do you just use a regular 8" roller with 3/8" nap?
| > Jean