Cleaning paint rollers can be a messy business and potentially wastes a lot of
Kevin has discovered a great Australian invention, the Rota Cota Rolla Cleana.
It cleans rollers in seconds and uses only 6 litres of water.
To clean the roller, you use the specially designed curved scraper to scrape off
any excess paint from the roller back into the can or paint tray. Then insert
the used roller into the Rota Cota Rilla Cleana by sliding it down so the paint
doesn’t spill on your hands.
Secure the frame into the locking notch, then
attach the hose to the snap on connector and turn on the tap.
Slowly increase the pressure. You can see the paint coming off the sleeve.
Turn off the tap, remover the roller and the job is done. No mess, no fuss.
Ensure that you dispose of the waste water in an environmentally friendly way.