26th Dec 2011, 11:53 AM
I've painted plenty of interior walls but the other day I bought some 'New and Improved Formula':wink: And one of the synthetic material rollers as I didn't have my other much used cover with me. I had just finished using a cheap paint as a pre-coat(white)and was getting a lot of dribbles(cheap=thin)From the start the Dulux was staying on the brush and the roller but the finish when dry was very unsatisfactory. A lot like an extreme 'orange peel' effect. Seemed to be drying very quickly. I suspect it's either the roller or the paint is too thick and needs an additive like Flotrol. The humidity was over 80% so, paint should have been drying slower.