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Xglide is a speed painter that has two different paint rollers attached to it, which will enable you to do a variety of painting tasks quickly. You can use it to paint entire walls, fix up damaged or dull areas, and paint or repaint furniture. This device has super-absorbent fibers that will lock the paint into the rollers so it won't come off until the rollers have touched a surface. Therefore, you won't experience the same dripping and spattering that you likely would with other paint rollers. That means you won't need to tape up areas that you don't want covered in paint, and you won't have to switch to a smaller brush to complete certain areas.
The Xglide's two super-absorbent rollers will enable you to complete your painting jobs at about two times the speed as you would with a standard roller. Using this device will make it easy to paint inside and outside corners or even paint an entire wall without getting unneeded paint on your trim. You'll also be able to paint both sides of an object at the same time, and paint around controls on your wall, such as those for heat, without splattering paint on them. This device is so effective since the angle of its rollers can be adjusted, and their fibers will conform to the texture of any surface.
The cost of Xglide is $19.95 plus $7.95 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Xglide by paying the extra shipping fee of $7.95 for a total price of $35.85. Price is from As Seen on TV Commercial page: tvstuffsale.com
To complete different painting tasks, you can set your Xglides rollers so they rest at different angles. If you keep the two of them flat beside each other, you can paint an entire flat wall, plus your inside corners, and if you flip the device vertically, itll work well for edging. Alternatively, you can move the rollers so that they create a right angle together, and use them to paint outside corners, or use one side to paint a small space. Finally, if you pop the Xglides handle open, the two rollers will paint two sides of the same thing, such as a chair leg or fence post, at the same time.
You can use your Xglide to paint an entire wall, or touch up areas that arent looking very attractive. Youll be able to paint any wall more quickly while using less paint, as the fibers of the Xglides rollers will ensure that little to no paint is wasted. Plus, youll be able to complete your edging around your trim without having to use a small paintbrush, something that normally slows things down.
Your Xglide will enable you to paint an entire inside or outside corner of a wall in just one motion. You will no longer need to get out a small paintbrush for corner-painting, either, as there will be no white space left bare that needs to be filled in with the brush.
Due to its double rollers, Xglide is also a great choice of tool when you need to paint double-sided objects, such as railing spindles, deck railings, fence posts, and chair legs and rails.
Your Xglide will effectively edge baseboards and ceilings, without allowing any paint to bleed onto your trim or the ceiling itself. It is so accurate in this way, you wont even need to tape up the areas you dont want paint on.
Using the Xglide will allow you to paint around objects on your wall that cant be removed easily, such as controls for heating or a security system. If you use the device as instructed, you wont find a single drop of paint on these things after youre done your painting job.
Each roller of the Xglide is made out of many super-absorbent fibers that will hang onto any paint until you touch the roller to a wall or another surface. Hence, the paint wont drip all over your floor or all over you, and it wont splatter on your trim, wall controls, or ceiling. These fibers also help the roller conform to the texture of the surface youre painting, so your paint job will look more attractive and professional when completed.
The Xglide is larger than many standard paint rollers, so it will take up quite a bit of space wherever you store your tools.
If you use the Xglide, you wont need to hire a professional to complete your hardest paint jobs, as youll be able to complete them effectively yourself. Furthermore, you are unlikely to use as much paint for one job, as none will be wasted on drips and spatters.
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