Walk into your local Builders Warehouse and you will see a wide selection of paint rollers. The main difference between paint rollers is the pile or nap (thickness and length of material that covers the roller), as well as the material used for the nap.
The first thing to bear in mind when choosing a roller is - the rougher the surface of the wall the longer and thicker the pile. Most rollers are covered in either synthetic or wool and there can be a big difference in price between these two. Even on smooth ceilings it's a good idea to use a medium pile roller, which picks up quite a bit of paint and allows you to paint over a larger area in one go.

This roller pulls up quite a bit of paint from the paint tray, and the long nap ensures that paint is applied easily onto textured surfaces. A cheap synthetic pile roller can often shed fibres onto the painted surface, spoiling a paint job. It is ideal for applying flat and low sheen acrylic paints to ceilings, walls and other large broad areas.
Synthetic paint rollers are ideal for oil-based paints, but bear in mind that it's easier to throw these away when finish, as cleaning can be a messy process. Sheepskin and wool paint rollers, while more expensive, will leave a blemish-free finish for paint jobs.

A natural paint roller also holds more paint than a synthetic paint roller and do not splash as much.

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