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Big Boy Ind 5210 Buddy System Paint Bucket Holder with Dripless Paint Bucket About the Product Safely climb ladders with hands-free designed painting tool Eliminate muscle fatigue with ergonomic paint bucket holder and dripless paint bucket Prevents accidents and reduces clean-up time with dripless flange technology Organizes your tools with built in openings for two screw drivers and multi purpose tool.
Pro Masker 2,000, Masking Tape Applicator, Uses Standard Masking Tape, Mask Windows, Baseboards, Walls With Precision, Makes 10 Times Faster Than Applying Tape By Hand, Uses Tapes Up To 2" Wide, Self Aligning System With Finishing Brush To Eliminate Bubbling & Leaking Under The Tape.
The Little Woolie is for small, hard to reach areas while faux finish painting. A MUST-HAVE when painting with our Dual 2-Color Split Roller and/or The Woolie Faux Painting Tool. The Little Woolie is made from 100% Natural Sheepskin, so it is washable and reusable. It's also the tool required when faux painting Clouds!
17-in-1 Painter's Tool This multi-tool is the perfect worksite addition for any pro – but especially for pro painters who work with spray equipment. It accomplishes all the more common multi-tool functions (scrape flat surfaces and contours, spread putty, open out cracks, open bottles, pull nails or pound them in) but also incorporates many new ones. 2 wrench sizes 4 screw bits (#1 & #2 flat head & Philips) Nail set and scribe in handle Clean rollers and mini-rollers
10-in-1 Pro Project™ Mulit-Tool with 4 Screw Bits Carry one tool for many jobs. Scrape paint, spread compound, clean rollers, remove putty, open cracks, set nails with Hammer Head® end for setting popped nails and screws. Plus four different screwdriver bits are securely stored in a pull-out drawer in the handle and insert into the handle end for quick, easy use. 2-1/2" stiff scraping blade.
The Purdy Pipe Painter ($20) tool has five individual mini-rollers mounted onto a spring that's stretched across a steel frame. When the rollers are pressed against a round pipe, column or cylinder, the spring bends and the rollers conform to the shape, neatly applying a smooth coat of paint. The wooden handle isn't fixed to the frame, which allows it to adjust to several different working angles. Cool, huh?
Cutting in corners with a brush can be tricky, often resulting in shadow lines or visible texture differences. The Hyde Corner Roller Kit ($31; item 45820) provides a fast, neat way to paint tight spots where two walls meet, or where a wall abuts a ceiling. In tests, its lambswool cover--the gold standard for paint application--held plenty of paint and left a texture that blended perfectly with the rest of two newly covered walls.
Touching up ceilings, fascia boards, soffits and other overhead areas typically means dragging out a ladder, but not if you own the Extension Brush Holder ($6.30). This simple device screws onto the end of any standard extension pole (or even most broom handles) and features a screw-clamp yoke for holding a paintbrush. Simply slide the paintbrush handle into the yoke and tighten the clamp. Then adjust the yoke to the desired painting angle.
There's no need for a ladder or stepstool when painting ceilings if you use Shur-Line's Twist-N-Reach Pole ($11). This versatile tool is a combination paint roller and extension pole built into one comfortable, compact design. The 18-in.-long roller handle telescopes out to 34 in., allowing anyone of average height to easily paint ceilings up to 9 ft. tall. Twist the rubber-grip handle to unlock the shaft, then extend the pole. Twist back the handle to lock the pole in position.
With its super-long 26-1/2--in. handle, and small-diameter roller cover, the Mini-Koter Roller ($17) can reach into spaces too tight for any other paint roller or paintbrush. This is the perfect tool for painting--or staining--behind immovable objects, such as radiators, cabinets, wall-hung heaters, toilets and freestanding tubs.