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While the product photos are a little lackluster, I've gone ahead and attached some photos to hopefully better show you why these two metal paint stirrers are amazing, and why if you've never owned one (I hadn't until last year!), why you're missing out.
For years and years, if I had bottles of acrylic paints or enamels that had separated, I would usually mix the paints with either the reverse side of a paintbrush or a metal sculpting tool. It was anything but precision work, because sometimes they were a bit too big for the bottles or might sometimes have flakes of old, chipped paint that would flake off into the paint mix (arg!), but you did what you could to mix the chemical components back together. The same often went for mixing paints on my palette: I usually used either the reverse side of my paint brush, or the bristled side, which could sometimes lead to brush damage. For the bulk of my life, I assumed this is simply how artists mixed paints, and that we all longingly looked into paint bottles and muttered how we couldn't get the hard-to-reach bits.
I purchased this set of stirrers on a whim because I figured that for a few dollars each, it couldn't hurt to see if I found them helpful. In the end, I'm exceptionally glad I did, because they are absolutely fantastic at what they do. While this listing doesn't mention what metal they are made from, I suspect it might be stainless steel. They are all one piece and clean up with ease, and have two different tips. The one side is a flat palette shape, and the reverse side is sort of like a small scoop. Between these two shapes and sizes, it's incredibly easy to reach inside of even the smallest and thinnest paint bottles and really stir your paints, or else you can use them to directly mix your paints on your palette without having to muck up any of your precious brush heads or awkwardly mix the paints with the handle of your brushes.
They work just fantastically, and while I already own one set of two, I'll be purchasing a second set as well, and have already told many of my artist friends about these great stirrers. I have not a single complaint about them and would highly recommend them to any who works with bottled or tubed paints.
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Perfect size, Great Length & Sturdy!
The battery powered mixers cause bubbles, these stirrers are the perfect item to stir your paint when it thickens or when mixing paints.
Otherwise, they are stainless steel, small spoon on one end, and flat "screw driver" tip on the other...and you stir paint with it...what can go wrong?