I would like to know for future reference what type of surface the ArroWorthy microfiber might not be as effective. The scope of my surfaces only range from smooth walls, to knock down ceilings, rolled textures, poured concrete walls, cinder blocks, and the stucco in the photo.
The one in the photo looks like it would roll out nice with microfiber.
Ive used it on the loose stipple stucco before and its so dense that it ruins the roller. And it can spread paint.
To much atuff gets stuck inside
The old Whiz fab roller covers used to be really great for rough work, back when they had the whit fiber with the blue and or green stripes (can't quite remember the color of the stripe). It was kind of like a shag carpet nap. Very durable, and as so many other things they went and got rid of it and went to the greenish yellow fiber with the green stripes that are not half as good, but still might work for your rough work.