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Accubrush MX Jumbo Kit with Video

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  • Paint Edger has brush which cuts in precisely to the edge
  • Rollers are washable and reusable
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Accubrush MX Jumbo Kit with Video + Accubrush T4 Paint Tray for 4" Rollers, set of 2 + Rejuv-a-roller Cleaner - Rjrl-r01 Rejuv-a-roller
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Technical Details
Part Number 130
Item Weight1.2 pounds
Product Dimensions8 x 5 x 3 inches
OriginImported (China)
Item model numberMXJK
Item Package Quantity1
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #5,934 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableJuly 4, 2007

Product Description

This kit contains one MX paint edger with roller and brush installed, four (4) additional rollers, four (4) additional brushes, an instructional video, and printed instructions. 90 day limited manufacturers warranty. Made in China.

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One year manufacturers Warranty. If anything breaks or is defective, contact us and we will replace or repair it.

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Customer Reviews

Doesn't work like it does in the video.
Dan Blanchard
The plastic wheels on the bottom left "track marks" on the walls and the brush applied the paint almost sponge like.
New Homeowner
When I used it around window and door trim it worked a little better but still not like the video.
Krusher 57

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

125 of 129 people found the following review helpful By C. D. Day on December 8, 2009
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I liked the product, and, while some touch up was still required, it made painting around ceilings, windows, and door trim much faster than doing this exacting work with a brush and tape. A few tips:

1) The video indicates that trim around the floor should be taped. I tried doing a little bit without tape (fortunately in a closet) and found that the recommendation should be followed.

2) Watch the video carefully. Keeping the Accubrush tight against both the wall and ceiling and applying pressure to the front of the handle as recommended make for the best results. Also, do a little at a time so you can keep the roller saturated with paint.

3) When painting the trim and ceiling, make an effort to get as little paint on the wall to be painted with the Accubrush as possible. If the trim or ceiling paint has any sheen to the finish, tack up any overpaint on the walls with a little sandpaper before using the edger to get the best results.

4) The product works best when ceiling and trim provide a smooth, flat surface for the shield to ride against. My old (1937) house had plenty of little irregularities in both that caused the need for touch-ups.

Overall, I would buy the product again and believe it save considerable time and gave a very acceptable result.
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82 of 89 people found the following review helpful By Robert Zhu on September 17, 2009
I ran across the Accubrush on the internet, ordered it, and have been very happy with it. At first, my wife kept saying that it would never work, and was she ever surprised! Now she can't stop raving about how well it works and how much time it saved us. We just finished painting a rec room in our basement - about 25 x 20 - and we were able to paint the whole thing in under an hour, including the little bit of brushing in the corners where the Accubrush doesn't get. I know that some other reviewers have disliked the fact that the Accubrush doesn't get all the way to the corner, but we did not find that to be a big problem. We were still able to fly through the painting job several times faster than if we had to cut in by hand.

We appreciated the fact that the rollers and brushes can all be washed out and used again, which seemed better than some other systems that require you to buy new pads every time you want to paint. We found that using ˝ cup fabric softener to one gallon warm water worked great on cleaning out the rollers and brushes (a little trick I learned from Brian Santos, the Wall Wizard).

One trick I do with my rollers and brushes is to put them into a plastic bag overnight and put them into the freezer, to save time washing them out at the end of the day. With the Accubrush, my advice would be to put just the roller into a plastic bag at the end of the day, NOT the entire accubrush. I did that at first, and managed to get paint all over the shield, which I later had to clean off. The little brush is small and easy enough just to wash out, so I don't think that it's necessary to go through the trouble of putting it into a plastic bag.
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45 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Terrence M. Pullen on February 15, 2010
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This thing actually works. It did not seem work at first but I stuck with it and learned a few things.

1- Break in the roller
2- Apply two coats
3- Prep the joint
4- Use proper technique

To begin with, I used Sherwin Williams paint and a standard paint tray with a roller screen laid on top to distribute the paint evenly through the roller. The paint screen helps to distribute paint evenly while maintaining a proper load of paint. After I gained more experience I didn't seem to need the roller screen.

First, rollers need a break-in period anyway so use the roller once (for the first coat) then clean it and use it again for the final coat.

Second, you need to learn, understand, comprehend and believe (yes, all 4)that to be done properly brush and roller work must receive at least 2 coats! The video for this product would have you believe it works perfect on the first coat. No way, once I saw the results of the first coat I was disappointed but then I and remembered, 'nothing covers in one coat' and I applied a second coat... WOW, perfect inside corners.

Third, it must have a proper corner to paint to if the two surfaces do not actually meet (like some molding to wall joints) then you must first caulk the joint to get a proper corner. When caulking for paint use a painters caulk and remember the first rule of caulking 'LESS IS MORE'. Use a sharp knife to trim the end of the caulk tube and trim it to make a hole smaller then you think you need. It is much easier to go back over a caulk gap then to have to remove big glop's of caulk.

Last use the technique in the video, it works.

Recommendation: I recommend this product for anyone who has trouble painting a straight line. If you can paint a straight line with a brush then don't buy this you don't need it. If you can't it will pay for itself on the first job in tape, taping time and painting time.
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21 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Duncan Murphy on March 29, 2010
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I don't generally give such glowing reviews, but I really had a great time using the Accubrush. It saved me hours on my weekend painting project.

A few things that I learned:
1) Don't load the roller too heavily. If paint is dripping off the roller, you have too much loaded. When you're painting up against the ceiling, you'll need to load it a little heavier so that the paint gets all the way up the brush to the wall.

2) The rollers have some shedding at first, though not any more than other rollers of this style. You can de-shed the rollers using masking tape if you are painting a glossy surface and need a super-smooth finish. We didn't notice the shedding on our flat walls.

3) Apply tape to the very corners of the wall (about 6 inches in either direction) BEFORE you start using the Accubrush. This will allow you to easily go in and paint the very corner where the Accubrush doesn't reach.

Other than that, the tool was a joy to work with, and is a great time saver. Highly recommended.
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