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June 6, 2008

Teflon-Coated Paint Tray


What took them so long?

"When you peel a sheet off Shur-Line's paint tray with Teflon surface protector, you get the same satisfaction as sloughing off a skin of dried glue."

And you know how good that feels.

Don't you?

Never mind.

"Teflon coating allows you to reuse your tray without the need to waste plastic liners."



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Oh yes, I do know that feeling of satisfaction. I also like to peel of screen protection sheet, face masks, sticky tape and all things like them. Am I weird?

Posted by: Jen | Jun 9, 2008 8:44:46 AM

Cool, but all us cool kids use roller buckets.

Posted by: Rocketboy | Jun 6, 2008 6:07:53 PM

The problem is you have to wait for the paint to dry before you can use the tray again. But this thing is rather unnecessary. If you use tray liners, you can let the paint dry while you use another liner. Then, when the paint in the tray is dry, run some hot water over both sides and you should be able to peel the paint off, just like with the fancy-schmancy teflon tray. In fact. you can do the same thing with ordinary metal trays if they aren't too pitted and rusted.

Meanwhile, one of the greatest wastes of personal time is cleaning rollers. How much is your time worth as your life ticks away? How much is a roller worth? Toss it and spend that 15 minutes doing something more rewarding.

Posted by: Al Christensen | Jun 6, 2008 4:44:59 PM

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