One of the biggest arguments in industrial painting boils down to
this: paint sprayer vs.
roller? It is true. Does this argument seem trivial? Well, to those in
the business, it is anything but. And for good reason. The way paint is applied
changes how it appears when dry. So, which side are you on? Are you a roller or
Most companies typically apply paint using a sprayer. Industrial spray painting is a booming business. Sprayers let companies paint large areas quickly and efficiently but a roller allows the painter greater control. It is also much neater to paint with a roller than a sprayer. Things have to be taped and covered when using a sprayer because there is a lot of overspray. At Industry Painters we have painters who use both techniques. Reach out to find out more.
What Makes Spray Painting Better?
When using interior
painting spray, it is important to properly tape off objects due to the
overspray. Listed below are some benefits to using a sprayer.
Without question, using a sprayer to paint something takes far
less time than using a roller. It also takes a lot less effort to spray paint
something. No elbow grease required. There is also little setup time necessary.
Is spray painting the better way to paint?
Negative Aspects of Spray Painting
Certainly, spray painting has some advantages. But as with
anything, there are some negative aspects to it as well. We have listed some of
those things below.
- Uses More
Makes Roller Painting Better?
is no question using a sprayer to apply paint takes much less time than using a
roller. But is that really the best way to apply paint? Some of the positive
aspects of using a roller instead of a sprayer are listed below.
- Able to
Reach Tight Spaces
By taking a little more time, the painter can tell if the coat is
uneven and adjust accordingly. Also, by using force to apply the paint, there
is far better adhesion.
Negatives of Roller Painting
As with anything, there are both positive and negative aspects to
use a roller to paint. Some of those negative factors are listed below.
Two Coats of Paint
Work to Apply
There really is no true answer to which is better a roller or a sprayer. It all depends on preference. Why not reach out to us to discuss the options with industrial spray painting. We can determine which is best for your situation. Let us color you today. We are Industry Painting Company.