It’s a really simple process – don’t have a paint roller? That’s a very common problem for me! But there are ways to spray paint without one (I use the spray paint brush to mix the paint and spray it) or to spray paint with a roller. I’ve got a list of ways to do that, but in case you don’t have a roller, here are how to use a regular spray bottle with a spray nozzle.
Spray bottle with nozzle
1. Pour paint. Use the bottle with the nozzle.
2. Spray spray paint, starting at the center, from corner to corner. Spray more paint where the brush is easier for you to reach. It takes about 30 seconds for each side of the paint to dry.
3. If you want it to last longer in the dryer, dry the edges of the paper as well. You can use it for any project, as long as you’re not trying to make a poster – or any piece of artwork for that matter.
Spray bottle with rollers
1. Spray paint. The roller is just what it sounds like: It’s a tube that is supposed to paint your pieces. You can use it to mix and spread wet paint, or for even harder water based paints.
2. Spray your spray paint onto the rollers. It works best if you paint them in just 1/2 a cup (it will take 1 cup of paint to make one cup of water, so you’ll need to spray once or twice). You can also spray them with a bit at a time, but it’s not worth the risk of spraying multiple times.
3. The rolls are very sticky and will not come apart easily. A bit of a pain – I can’t blame you if you hate it – though you’ll get a lot done quickly by doing it at the right time.
4. Start at one of the sides and start applying until there’s no more paint. You’ll go a bit faster for each side as you cover the entire paper.
Spray bottle without nozzle
1. Spray paint. The nozzle will spray your paint onto the rollers.
2. Spray your paint on the rollers and leave for a short time, just until the paint has absorbed. Don’t go very fast!
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