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    Black and Decker EasyEdge Powered Paint Edger

    Black and Decker EasyEdge Powered Paint Edger


    The laborious task of edging when painting a wall in your house is worse than surgery.  The prep work alone (taping the edge), can take hours.

    The Black and Decker EasyEdge Powered Paint Edger allows you to edge without the blue tape.  The product uses a new vibrating head to lay down up to a 25-foot line of paint.  Included are features like an adjustable flow control knob, and the EasyEdge Powered Paint Edger shoots paint onto your wall using a tube, much like a syringe.  That means when you’re ready to switch to a different color, you just pop in a new tube, and you don’t have to mess with paint trays, or worse, cleaning those paint trays.


    The Black and Decker EasyEdge Powered Paint Edger runs on three AAA batteries, and runs $35.

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    David Novak
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