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Pour N Paint is a paint roller that will enable you to paint a wall or ceiling without using paintbrushes or rollers that drip, or having to travel back and forth to a paint tray. Once you fill the container inside this roller with paint, it'll deliver an even coat to virtually any flat surface without making a mess. Plus, one fill-up will give you enough paint to complete an entire wall or ceiling in one coat, without having to fill your roller again.
The cost of Pour N Paint is $19.95 plus $6.95 shipping, for a total price of $26.90.
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To start using your Pour N Paint, you'll need to add paint to this roller. To do so, remove the lid and hold the roller vertically so it's longer than it is wide. While you can pour paint directly from its original pail into your roller, it's best if you first transfer it to the included pouring jug and use that to pour the paint into the roller. This will decrease the chances that you'll spill your paint.
Next, make sure the lid you removed is back on your roller, or else a flood of paint may gush out when you try to paint with it. This will just create the mess that you're trying to avoid!
After the lid is attached securely to your paint roller, start painting with it just as you would a standard roller. The only difference will be that you won't have to head to a paint tray for more paint in order to completely paint one wall or wall-sized surface. The paint will also never thin out so much that you'll need to add a second coat.
The cylinder-shaped Pour N Paint roller will be fine for most strokes. However, if you need to paint the edges of a wall or ceiling or some hard-to-reach corners, you might want to use the included edging tool and corner pad for those tasks. These are both shaped in such a way that they'll help prevent paint from bleeding out of edges and corners and ending up where you don't want it. Just remember that if you decide to use one of these tools, you should place your cylindrical roller in its included resting tray while you do so.
This tool works as effectively as it does due to its microfiber head and the way that head distributes paint. After the tool is full, and you run the head up and down a wall-sized (or smaller) flat surface, it'll release paint evenly onto each square inch of that surface with great precision. As a result, no areas of the surface will contain too much paint while others contain too little. Furthermore, you won't have to complete a second or third coat, as your roller will provide you with enough paint the first time around. While this painting tool is ideal for smooth surfaces, it'll work just as nicely on surfaces that have a rougher texture.
Each Pour N Paint Roller is wider than most standard paint rollers, and each is larger than virtually any paintbrush, so they'll all cover a fairly large surface area in a single stroke. While they aren't as long as some paint rollers that are available these days, this isn't really a disadvantage, as having a shorter but wider roller will give you more control.
Aside from the edging tool and corner pad included with each roller, you'll also get a resting tray and a pouring pitcher. The resting tray's not meant to store extra paint, but whenever you're not using your paint-filled roller, you should place it inside the tray in case any paint leaks out. The included pitcher has been designed to prevent spills, so if you're concerned about that, you can pour your paint into your roller from this pitcher instead of directly from the pail.
While paint will flow evenly out of the body of your roller when the roller is moved, you won't need to worry about it coming out of the roller's lid, as each one is leak-proof. If you've secured it to your roller properly, there will never be any paint dripping out of it and onto floors or furniture as you paint. That means nothing that isn't supposed to be painted will end up sporting even a dribble.
You won't need a specific brand of paint in order to use the Pour N Paint roller. It'll work with any latex or oil-based paint that you'd normally use with a standard roller or brush to paint walls, ceilings, floors, doors or large pieces of furniture in your home (or elsewhere).
If you were to paint with a standard roller or paintbrush, you'd probably lay down plastic over floors or pieces of furniture that you want to protect from drips. You might even go so far as to cover areas of your walls or ceiling that you don't want to be painted with masking tape. Fortunately, you won't have to do this anymore once you start using Pour N Paint. There'll be no need for tape or plastic, as the roller, the edging tool and the corner pad will help you make sure paint only goes where you want it to.
When working with a standard paintbrush or paint roller, most people find themselves climbing up and down a ladder or at least bending over to reach for more paint from a tray. You won't have to put in this much physical effort when you use Pour N Paint, though. The only time you may have to refill your roller's container with paint is after you complete an entire wall (or a similarly sized surface), and you can use the included pitcher to do that. Consequently, you'll be far less tired after an afternoon or a day spent painting.
Since you won't have to complete multiple coats when painting with your Pour N Paint roller, a painting job that might otherwise take you more than a day might take you just hours. It'll also be faster for you to paint wall and ceiling edges and corners with the accompanying tools than it would be if you were to use a regular paintbrush. Clean-up will be quick, too, since you won't have to pick up plastic or strip masking tape, and there probably won't be any paint dribbles on your skin or clothes to remove, either. The only thing you'll need to do is put your roller, paint, and accessories away, which will take minutes.
You might be tempted to fill this tool with liquid and use it as a cleaning tool instead of a painting one, but this isn't a great idea. The microfiber head has been specifically designed to release thick paint, so setting it up to release water or a liquid cleaning solution instead could damage it.
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I never got my Pour N Paint I ordered it over 2 weeks ago. I cant find a phone number to call customer service and see what happened to it. Tracking is not giving me any info either.
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