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Hyde PaintMiser

By: Jodi Marks

The PaintMiser from Hyde Tools is a multipurpose tool that helps remove every last drop of paint from the can. It has a paint can opener on one end, straight and curved scraping surfaces that contour to the inside and outside of the can, and specially shaped edges to clean under and around the rim. With paint savings of up to 7% per can, it can pay for itself in just three gallons. The PaintMiser is available at The Home Depot.

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  • Smarter than Paintman Says:
    February 25th, 2009 at 1:35 pm

    Your out of date simplistic views are boldly apparent by your comments Paint Man.
    We use The Paintmiser religiously on all our jobs and require our employees to use it as well.
    This tool saves a lot of product and $$ and in doing so decreases our environmental footprint.
    Wake up from the fumes and try using one…times have changed.



  • Paint Man Says:
    January 27th, 2009 at 8:06 am

    I have been in the painting industry for over 25 years, and this is just another B.S. product aimed at taking “Harry the Homeowners” Money.
    Believe me when I say, All of the little gadgets you see on TV and in the stores, the edgers, the paint sticks, the can cleaners and pouring spouts..ect…. none work half as good as they say and NO-One in the industry uses these tools.
    It would cost me more money in time trying to use that little tool to clean my paint can than it would for me to buy another can of paint…….. And by the way…..If you clean your last can of paint out that nicely…..what will you have for touch-up in the room???


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