This paint grid comes from one of the biggest names in commercial paint projects. The steel design will withstand several different jobs. Keeps your roller clean. Great for painting your house or shed.
This one's too large for smaller cans of paint.
A metal grid that's 10 x 10 x 6 inches to fit over 1 gallon buckets of paint. Sturdy ledges will keep bucket secure while rolling off all excess paint. Great option for painting furniture and small sections of your house.
Make sure it fits your project and paint can.
Wooster's old-fashioned paint grids help you use the same tricks used by professionals. This unit is smaller than other 5-gallon units and takes up less bucket space. Great for seasoned painting veterans.
Newcomers beware - this won't be as sturdy as bulkier units.
The sturdy design lets you strain the paint well without splash and warping. Easy to setup, just hook it to the edge and get going. Great for home painters who want to work like professionals on the house.
Some complaints of breaking the grid.
Premier's heavy-duty grid is built with simplicity in mind. Users appreciate the sturdy build and mess-resistant setup. Steel bands will keep it sturdy longer than other options. Great for home projects.
May rust if not properly dried in time.
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