Painting made easy!
I wanted to show you a couple of awesome tools that I have been using to do some painting around the house.
(These would make great Christmas gifts. hint.hint.)
The first one is the PaintStick EZ-Twist Paint Roller Applicator. (Only about $30!)
I used this tool last year when I painted my craft closet.
We have a few areas going up our stairs that needed painting, so I decided to use my paintstick. There is a cool little attachment that attaches to the side of the paint can and goes down into the paint.
Then I placed my paint stick on the attachment so I could suck the paint up into my paintstick.
By pulling the inner tube out toward me, the paint gets sucked up into the clear tube to use while painting. This allows me to get rid of my messy paint tray and have all the paint already in the roller, ready to paint!
I was able to paint the whole area going up the stairs before I had to refill the paintstick with more paint. I LOVE THAT! And I also love the gray paint guard that covers the roller. It keeps those terribly annoying tiny paint splatters from getting all over the floor!
Another tool I used to freshen up the paint around the house was the QuickPainter Pad Edge Painter.
This is a nifty little tool!
I just placed it in my paint can and pulled on the yellow lever to suck the paint up in the tube.
Then I twisted the little paint pad back onto the top of the edge painter.
This tool is perfect for painting tight spaces, corners, or edges around trim or molding!
The edge painter is only about $15.oo!
Both of these items are available at Lowes or Home Depot, but can also be ordered on Amazon.
To check out even more painting tools, visit HomeRight by clicking HERE.
*This post was sponsored by HomeRight. All ideas and opinions are 100% mine.
how were they to clean up after painting is done?
this makes me want to repaint a room just to try them!
just beautiful, Traci, thanks for sharing your technique. amazing the differences!