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PURDY 6-IN-1 PAINTERS SURFACE PREPARATION TOOL £6.49 C+C @ Screwfix

£6.49 @ Screwfix
Surface preparation tool for cleaning rollers, scraping paint, spreading putty, opening paint lids and setting nails. Features carbon steel blade, cushion-grip handle and nail set hammerhead end Read More
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Surface preparation tool for cleaning rollers, scraping paint, spreading putty, opening paint lids and setting nails. Features carbon steel blade, cushion-grip handle and nail set hammerhead end
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#1
I have one. Great little tool. Only drawback is the sticker on the blade is almost impossible to get off fully!
#2
Got one already. Like all those kitchen gadgets that I thought I couldn't ever be without that sit at the back of my cupboards this tool lounges at the bottom of my decorators kilt. Doesn't seem to do any of the jobs it says it does better than the tools that specifically do
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Marktaylor3691
I have one. Great little tool. Only drawback is the sticker on the blade is almost impossible to get off fully!

Buy another and scrape it off :)
1 Like #4
classygear
Got one already. Like all those kitchen gadgets that I thought I couldn't ever be without that sit at the back of my cupboards this tool lounges at the bottom of my decorators kilt. Doesn't seem to do any of the jobs it says it does better than the tools that specifically do

Just what I thought before reserving one.
#5
I have one, it is a great addition to the kit but it is always this price so i'm struggling to see this as a deal?
#6
classygear
Got one already. Like all those kitchen gadgets that I thought I couldn't ever be without that sit at the back of my cupboards this tool lounges at the bottom of my decorators kilt. Doesn't seem to do any of the jobs it says it does better than the tools that specifically do


love the idea of a decorators kilt though
#7
isn't this always this price? can't see the deal myself.
#8
Pointless tool. Who scrapes paint off rollers? I don't. Just wrap in cling film to keep ready to use again for a max of 5 days. I then throw when done with it as like a new roller for best finish. Scraper is usefull I guess but not at this price. Never use nails always screws.. Not voting although I'm out.
#9
wayners
Pointless tool. Who scrapes paint off rollers? I don't. Just wrap in cling film to keep ready to use again for a max of 5 days. I then throw when done with it as like a new roller for best finish. Scraper is usefull I guess but not at this price. Never use nails always screws.. Not voting although I'm out.
I scrape paint off my expensive rollers. I find this shifts more than the round scrapers you push down the roller.
#10
GoNz017
wayners
Pointless tool. Who scrapes paint off rollers? I don't. Just wrap in cling film to keep ready to use again for a max of 5 days. I then throw when done with it as like a new roller for best finish. Scraper is usefull I guess but not at this price. Never use nails always screws.. Not voting although I'm out.
I scrape paint off my expensive rollers. I find this shifts more than the round scrapers you push down the roller.


I use the Hamilton Green 12 Inch rollers on a standard 9 inch cadge. Wrap in cling film at the end of the day. I used to spin them to clean and have put them through the washing machine.. Lol...can't be bothered now. New roller for final coat every time. To get excess paint out of sleeve if needed, just use your hand with latex glove on or a bit of cling film or plastic. You don't need a tool to do it. Plus the this item will need oil to stop it Rusting. I use there scrapers and they are brilliant buy boy do they rust
#11
Marktaylor3691
I have one. Great little tool. Only drawback is the sticker on the blade is almost impossible to get off fully!


I got one from poundland and the sticker fell off :D must admit amazing for cleaning most of the paint from rollers.

Edited By: stevvie on Jan 13, 2017 20:37: spelling
#12
cheapest anywhere. Just repainted my bathroom this came in very handy to open the tins of paint, scraping off the walls, scoring and pulling nails out. This tool has lots uses...excellent purchase for me posted to help other clever diyers like meself
#13
GoNz017
I have one, it is a great addition to the kit but it is always this price so i'm struggling to see this as a deal?

It was £5.75 1 month and 3 weeks ago, we both posted in the thread:D
#14
Marktaylor3691
I have one. Great little tool. Only drawback is the sticker on the blade is almost impossible to get off fully!


Wd40 pal

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