CUT EDGES IN MINUTES, NOT HOURS!
- Make your painting jobs quicker, more professional-looking, and less frustrating!
- Clean-Cut Paint Edger technology will eliminate hours of tedious work required to tape and/or cut in by hand.
This Paint Edger allows you to paint the edges of a wall and around trim without using masking tape and without getting onto a ladder.
ABOUT THE PRODUCT：
✔️ Greatly reduces the time spent applying masking tape
✔️ Paints 10-20 times faster than a sash brush
✔️ Cuts in 5-8 feet per load
✔️ Cuts in a band that is 4″ wide
✔️ Reduces the number of painters needed on a job by 50% or more
✔️ Pays for itself in labor savings on the first day on the job
✔️ Ensures that even painters with little or no experience can paint consistent, straight edges with no paint on the trim.
Invented by a professional painter to help his crews cut in paint edges faster and more consistently, the Paint Edger has become a time saver for professional painters and homeowners alike. It is the only paint edger to use the patented combination of roller, shield, and brush.
Can be used to cut in the paint around:
- Accent Walls
- Crown Molding
- Chair Rail
Customer questions & answers:
Q. Are your rollers designed for semi-rough to rough surfaces?
A. These rollers have done well on an orange peel and knockdown texture, not so good on popcorn. We welcome you to try out the product and if it does not work out, we have a 90-day money-back guarantee.
Q. Does this come with the roller you can attach a pole to?
A. Yes, Paint Edger is a pole-mountable model.
Q. Can I use this to paint the kitchen cabinet?
A. The Paint Edger is designed for walls, but could also be used on a cabinet.
Q. Can I buy replacement rollers?
A. Yes, you can. You can find them on our website.
Q. Can this be used by a left-handed person?
A. Yes, it can. The Paint Edger comes with the shield only on one side. To use the tool, it goes up one side of the trim and down the other. You can hold it with the right or left hand. Future models of the Paint Edger may have a right/left option, but not for the moment.