The buffing system is an alternative to the use of the brush or roller and allows a slightly lower paint consumption.
The disadvantage is that tampons with use tend to wear out.
How to proceed to whitewash buffer
- In addition to the swab, you will need to purchase the roller tray provided with a roller or you can use a common roller tray
- Pour the paint into the tray and soak the pad, then squeeze it by passing it on the grid (you will not need to squeeze it if you use the special pad tray)
- Start along the edge of the walls creating a sort of frame using a small pad. Always with the small pad painted around sockets and switches.
- Use the large pad with extensions for large surfaces starting from the ceiling and reminding you to cross your hands for better color coverage.
What is the buffer?
The pad is nothing more than a "felt" obtained either with mohair wool yarn or with very dense synthetic fibers mounted on a sponge that is soaked in paint and releases it slowly.