|Item Weight||10.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||11.1 x 6.1 x 15.1 inches|
|Item model number||1504-PK|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||4 Handy Paint Cups|
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HANDy 1504-PK Paint Cup (4 Pack), Red
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The HANDy paint pail was created in 2001 in classic do-it-yourself style. Mark Bergman was doing some painting around his house using the standard "coffee can" paint container. When mark's hand began to tire, he designed a strap out of duct tape and the HANDy paint pail was born. The built in bracket, magnetic brush holder, roller grid and tool and rag holder makes this multi-use pail the perfect answer for any project on or off a ladder. In 2008, Bercom made some changes and improvements to their existing products and expanded their product line, beginning with the color of the pails. Bercom believed that if they urge their customers to continuously change colors, why shouldn't they not to mention the new color was extremely eye catching! so, after five years of producing Gray pails, Bercom changed the color to Red. Following that trend, Bercom changed the color of the Pro series paint pail, made it lighter in weight, lower in price, and re-named it the HANDy roller pail. In addition, requests from customers wanting to attach the roller pail to a ladder LED to the creation of the HANDy ladder hook. Not only does this item secure the HANDy roller pail or a standard paint can to any ladder, this mini-bungee can be used for many other applications. The most exciting and successful new product from Bercom in 2008, however, was the HANDy paint cup. This new entry-level paint cup hit the ground in a dead Sprint. Although it does not have all the features as the original HANDy paint pail, it grants the customer the ability to afford something similar. The disposable HANDy paint cup holds up to a pint of paint and has a built in magnet, which makes it perfect for trim work and craft projects! stayed tuned for more new, innovative, and exciting products from Bercom...
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* Perfect size to carry around.
* Easy carry handle.
* Quart size ziplock bags fit perfectly inside, with the top edge folded over the outside of the cup. I didn't have to clean this ONCE the entire time I used it. When I was done painting I just tossed the ziplock bag and the inside of the cup is totally clean!!
* Magnet is AWESOME for keeping brush from falling into the paint!!
* You can't fill the cup more than 1/2 way for two reasons.
1- The handle is not very thick/sturdy. If the cup is too heavy the handle becomes a bit wobbly.
2 - If you use the magnet to hold your brush, if the cup is too full your bristles will be completely submerged in paint.
Don't let that deter you from this purchase. Sure you can't fill the cup all the way, but you don't really want to be carrying around a super heavy cup anyways. It still holds a surprising amount of paint.
I would buy this cup again, but I don't see that happening because it should last a very long time, especially if you use ziplock bags to keep the cup clean. I painted 4 rooms and the inside of my cup is spotless!!! This also makes it super easy to switch between colors without having to clean out all the paint!
A consideration is the amount of paint in the cup and the brush. A filled paint cup means placement of the brush in the cup doesn't just dip the brush into the cup, but submerges the bristles passed where I personally would ever have or want or need paint on the brush. Don't fill the cup. This may not be a factor with most interior painting, but outside walls on an extension ladder is different.
This is a good paint aid.
I have finished painting the exterior of my home. Final thoughts about this paint cup - for this project it proved to be very handy. I was constantly going up and down the ladder to paint sides, eaves, trim, etc. The paint cup proved its worth over the long haul. Plus it was easy to clean when changing to a different color paint,