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Big Horn 19600 Long Handle J-Roller with Rubber Roller


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  • Use to apply pressure on wood and plastic laminates
  • Rubber Roller
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Big Horn 19600 Long Handle J-Roller with Rubber Roller + MARSHALLTOWN The Premier Line E54D 2-Inch Flat Commercial Grade Solid Rubber Seam Roller with DuraSoft Handle
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Technical Details
Part Number 19600
Item Weight1 pounds
Product Dimensions11.9 x 3.9 x 0.5 inches
Item model number19600
Item Package Quantity1
  
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ASINB001DDY6BC
Best Sellers Rank #9,511 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableAugust 8, 2008
  
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Specially designed for applying pressure on wood and plastic laminates. Measures 1-1/2-Inch diameter by 3-Inch wide by 12-Inch long.

Product Description

These non marring rollers give professional results and are great for rolling wallpaper and setting tile.

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Chas. M. on March 14, 2011
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The appearance of this device from the photo is accurate. This is a solid piece of steel. My concern is that it would flex too much when bearing down on it, but that hasn't happened. I don't know how well it'll hold up over the long haul (eg, bearing wear), but it is a solid tool.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Shanon E. Thatcher on September 28, 2010
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This is a professional roller. Very well made, heavy chrome handle takes pressure with ease. Roller is hard rubber and spins freely. If you're looking for a veneer roller don't be afraid of this one. Perfect for edge banding, small veneer patterns and quick gluing fixes. I'm going to try it with my scrapbooking too! Quickly shipped and well packaged.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By leaves on April 29, 2013
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I had a small bit of plastic laminate to apply and purchased this for that purpose. It worked fine and seems to be of good quality. My project was a counter already built between to side walls. The only problem I had was rolling next to the side walls as there is no indentation at the end of the roller tending to scratch the wood if I got too close. Otherwise, a great product.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By BJB on March 8, 2011
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Well built roller. But the handle is quite thin for a man's hand, limiting the amount of pressure one can apply.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Walker on April 3, 2011
I only used this occasionally so I was surprised when the bearings inside the roller went bad and it quit turning. Maybe mine was a QC fluke, but I wouldn't buy it again.
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There are several of these advertised on Amazon. Picking the right one was really a crap-shoot. The product descriptions are all pretty generic and the photos aren't much help. I read the reviews and tried to glean as much product information as I could and I think I chose the best one, but many of the reviews seem to be from people who don't really know what a J-Roller is for.

The purpose of a J-roller is to apply pressure to plastic laminate in order to firmly bond it to your chosen substrate. It could also be use to apply pressure to linoleum, sheet vinyl, vinyl tile, rubber baseboards, or any other sort of sheet material that needs brief but firm contact pressure to activate or adhere an adhesive layer between two smooth, flat surfaces. But don't use it for spreading glue or contact cement, you will ruin it in short order, which is what my "helper" did to my last one.

Anyway, on this roller, the roller itself is of reasonably pliable, but hard rubber which allows plenty of pressure to activate contact cement. There is an internal "bearing" roller of, probably HDPE or UHMW PE that rolls smoothly on the steel shaft. The roller itself is secured to the shaft with snap rings, so there is a chance you might be able to get it apart and clean it if your "cub" dips it into a can of contact cement. The one piece shaft/handle is of steel and is quite stiff, so you can bear down hard if need be.

I understand that inexperienced workers may be bothered by the plastic grips which indeed can slip on the handle, but if the grips are slipping around on you, you are not using the tool correctly. Apply pressure perpendicular to the shaft, not radially or parallel to it. Every J-roller I have owned or used had the same "problem".
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It was mentioned in several reviews I read that the handle was too small. Well it is, but I found no other rollers that were any better.
I had an old shovel handle in the garage, so I cut a piece from the handle two feet long, drilled a hole lengthwise in the center slightly larger than the roller handle and about five inches deep. I used some quick set epoxy to put it together.
I would have preferred that I didn't have to do that, but I am well satisfied with the results, and it was not much trouble.
The resulting modification works great.
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Heavy, solid construction and a real pleasure to use. It's not a flimsy sheet metal frame and wood handle throwaway. I expect to be using this roller years from now.
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