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How to clean a PAINT ROLLER. DIY Tips Cleaning Painting Tools. Home improvement hacks.

How to clean a PAINT ROLLER. DIY Tips Cleaning Painting Tools. Home improvement hacks.
How to clean a paint roller fast and easy. How to clean you dirty paint rollers or painters naps so they will function and look almost new after painting with them. DIY tips cleaning all your professional painting tools. Home improvement painting tips for the handyman or painting pro.

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The cleaning tools I use are available here:

Commercial duty hose:
Brass spray nozzle:
Brass shut off valve:
5 gallon bucket:
Wire brush:
5 n 1 painters tool:
Wooster 9″ roller:
Wooster 18″ roller:
Wooster 4-8′ extension pole:

Painting houses is my passion!

I created this painting channel on how to paint a house just for you. I want to teach everyone how to paint the inside and outside of their home. It’s what I love to do. No need to pay a professional painter, come visit The Idaho Painter and I will teach you how to paint and save money. Learn how to paint furniture, do drywall repairs, paint a bedroom, refinish patio furniture, operate a paint sprayer, and much more. If I don’t have video to teach you, let me know and I will make it.

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