So now you have the product with which you plan to coat your roof. How should I apply those coatings and what equipment will I need?
In this blog, we will talk about the different equipment you can use, and where they are most applicable.
Brushing is slower than other methods of paint or coating application. So you would mainly use brushes for small areas and cutting in corners or edges. Generally you want to use a good synthetic bristle brush.
Rollers are great for use of large and flat areas. They don’t require as much skill as spraying. Rollers are not as effective in applying paint evenly. You have to be careful with application using a roller you can produce unintentional roller marker or a “stipple” effect. Generally for latex paints such as Acrymax you should use synthetic fiber covers.
Airless spray is great for covering large areas but requires more skill to use. When you use airless spray you need to first choose the tip you will be using. For more information on what is required in choosing the spray tip click here. While spraying you typically want to hold the sprayer so the tip is 10-12 inches from the surface. The secret to good spray painting is to apply even coats.
You may need to use more than one method to complete your job. Make sure you use the correct equipment for the best results.
Click here for more information on application equipment and recommendations for specific Acrymax Coatings.