How to Paint Walls the Quick and Easy Way
Posted By
Mary Hunnicutt
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Friday, August 4, 2017
Cost
Low
Experience
Newbie
Time
Fast

Project Steps

Intro

The dreaded task of painting an entire room isn't that much of a chore if you have a few helpful tools! Mary with Real Girl's Realm, for example, had to paint three rooms, a hallway, a mudroom, and all of the ceilings. She was looking for something that would make this big project more easy and quick. Luckily she found the Paint Stick EZ-Twist

Step 1

With all of its features, the EZ-Twist saves a lot of time and engery. Another plus is that it is super easy to assemble. You simply attach the roller head to the stick and slide on the roller cover. 

Step 2

The EZ-Twist holds up to 18 oz. of paint in the handle. That's enough to cover an 8ft. X 8ft. wall! To fill the stick with paint, attach the fill tube to your can of paint and then attach the paint stick nozzle to the fill tube. Pull back on the handle to suck up paint and you're ready to go! 

Step 3

This design eliminates the need for a paint tray, having to bend over repeatedly to wet your paint roller, and having to use a ladder. The pole can easily reach up to 9ft. tall ceilings and high walls. It also includes a roller guard that prevents paint from splattering everywhere. By using the EZ-Twist you'll have less clean up and can enjoy your newly painted room more quickly! Mary managed to paint an entire room in less than 30 minutes.

Step 4

Mary says that cleaning the EZ-Twist is also a breeze. Simply remove the end cap on the roller and rinse everything with warm water to make sure that paint doesn't dry anywhere. A Cleaning Kit is also available to help you get the job done in no time at all! After everything is dry, you can finally sit back and relax in a freshly painted room. It'll feel like you're living in a brand new house! For more information on how Mary painted all of these rooms, head on over to her blog

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