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I was wary about using the foam roller that came with the Herculiner kit. Others suggested that it tends to come apart leaving chunks of foam on the surface. I opted to give one of these loop design rollers a try. I was no impressed. It too was coming apart and I didn't care for the overly textured finish. I moved on to the foam Herculiner roller as was not impressed either. In the end I tried a regular foam roller from the home store which still left a nice texture without being overly bumpy.
The roller is horrible, it pushed the coating around more then it evenly applied it. The coating has small pieces in it and the roller in this kit just doesn't work as it should. I would just go buy a better suited roller at the home depot or lowes for $3 or $4. I used this kit to apply the coating on the floor of my golf cart to replace the standard rubber mat. It should of been an easy task for this roller but took much more effort then it should have because of the roller. I ended up using a brush to get the texture i wanted and it looked great when it was done.
Though constructed well and the package had useful tools, I didn't work as expected. The roller did not cover like I wanted, and it tended to splash back to me. The brush was useful and my eventual tool that I used. Luckily, I had a box of disposable brush just like the 3 inch brush.
Not really worth the money. I bought this package thinking I needed that specific roller for bed lining application. And the roller was the most useless tool. So basically I paid 15 dollars for a brush,scruff pad, and paint pan. Definitely cheaper buying at local hardware store
The roller just pushed the bed liner around which left streaks of uncoated metal, I had to go over it a second time with the brush that surprisingly left very few bristles behind. The scuff pad is barely abrasive, very similar to a Scotch bright pad. You'd be better off using a foil pie pan as the roller pan, this one didn't do anything for applying even product onto the cheap roller. You're better off using a brush and a regular paint roller as far as putting down the bed liner.