- HomeRight PaintStick EZ-Twist
- Drop Cloth
- Paintbrush for Edging
Painting a room can be really time consuming and tedious, but with the HomeRight PaintStick EZ-Twist, the job is so much quicker. It's my main "must have" tool in my painting arsenal and I can't imagine painting a whole room without it now that I know how much time it saves me. I use it all the time. I recently used it to paint our laundry room and I'm so thankful for how much faster I was able to get it done.
First, attach the fill tube clamp to the side of your paint can. This is the part you will attach your PaintStick to.
Next, attach your PaintStick EZ-Twist to the fill tube, flip the little switch on the side, and start twisting the handle. This will "suck" the paint up into the tube.
Flip the switch on the side again, and then twist the stick to dispense paint onto the roller. You'll have to dispense most of your paint the first time to get the roller saturated well. Then, you're ready to paint! This saves so much time since you don't have to constantly dip your roller into a tray. I was able to cover a lot of wall surface before refilling the tube too. It also allowed me to reach higher parts of the wall so I didn't have to keep getting on a ladder.
I still have a ton of work to do on our laundry room makeover, and I need to finish painting the other side of the room. Here you can see the contrast though between the light, fresh gray I chose and then the boring beige walls that we had before. I can't wait to brighten up the space and finish the makeover!
I recently started a makeover in our laundry room, and painting the walls was quick and easy with the HomeRight Paint Stick EZ-Twist. This is always my go-to tool when I paint a room since I can get the work done so much faster. I still have a lot of work to do in the room, but I was thankful to get the painting knocked out quickly. This tool allows you to paint an 8x8 wall in one minute! Pretty amazing.
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