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@modernmilt 

RATED #1 NEW RELEASE on AMAZON

AN INNOVATIVE NEW LINE OF

PAINTING TOOLS

FOR THE LOVE OF ALL THINGS PAINT

FEATURED PRODUCT

PAAKline CLEANSLEEVE

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WHY IT WORKS

1. Each end boasts an enclosed opening at the bottom of a fluted bowl. These are precise dimensions to fit snug enough around the roller cover as to pull out the most amount of product without damaging the fibers.

2. Each end is specifically sized (and clearly marked on the handle) in order to clean numerous sizes of covers, meaning the user does not require a new tool for each cover size.

3. The certified poly ethylene is paint resistant and smooth. The user does not need to dig in or push toward the cover while pulling toward the end of the cover, making it easy to use. The plastic has enough give to be gentle, but enough firmness to get the job done with a single swipe.

HOW IT WORKS

Two ways to use the CleanSleeve.

1. Thread the roller handle through the desired opening (the sizes are clearly marked on each end). Insert the cover into the opening and slowly pull the CleanSleeve down, pushing the paint back into the pail.  Carefully pull the tool from the cover, rinse both the tool and cover under warm water till water runs clear. Pull the CleanSleeve over cover once in each direction, fluff, and stand to dry.

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2. Insert the end of the cover into the CleanSleeve and slowly pull the tool toward the roller handle. Once the tool hits the handle, pull the tool back over the sleeve, allowing the tool to pull the sleeve from the cage, rinse under water and run through the tool once in each direction to pul out water. Fluff the cover and stand to dry.

BENEFITS

A new paint roller cover is nice, but it is less efficient as one already worn in. A new cover holds less paint, so a user must return to the paint try more often. Furthermore, a new roller cover can leave lint on the freshly painted wall. The user must either de-lint a new roller or pick lint from the wall. Both are time consuming and frustrating.

A used roller absorbs more paint from the tray, meaning it will cover more wall. The cover has already lost its loose fibers so they won't be left on the wall.

Finally, our tool encourages painters to clean rather than throw away, rollers. A roller can hold a large amount of paint, and they are not cheap; tossing them after every job is neither cost efficient, nor environmentally friendly. The Clean Sleeve makes the job hassle free, easy and quick, taking the chore out of cleanup.