Tendency of a roller to
throw off small droplets of paint during application.
• Use of exterior paint
on an interior surface.
• Use of low grades of latex paint.
High quality paints are
formulated to minimize spattering. Using high quality roller covers which
have proper resiliency further reduces spattering. Overloading the roller
cover with paint will result in excess spatter, as will overworking the
paint once it is applied to a substrate. If a highly noticeable sizzling
sound is made when rolling, then more paint is needed on the cover. Working
in three-feet square sections, apply the paint in a zigzag "N" pattern.
Then, fill in the pattern, this will lessen the likelihood of spattering.
All of Flex Bon
Interior Paints are formulated to resist spattering