Painting Tools

A while back I asked the facebook gang for some painting tips and one tip that stood out was a resounding endorsement for Purdy brushes.  I had never used Purdy products before because, well, I’m cheap.  But while painting my hallway, I had the chance to review some Purdy brushes and rollers as well.  Score!
I used Purdy angled brushes to cut in all my edges and corners and I applied the rest of the paint with a Purdy roller {you can see the tools I used in the photo above}.

The thing I noticed most about the Purdy products {besides the completely comfortable handle on the roller!} was that they lasted so much better than other brushes and rollers I’ve used.  The bristles on the brushes didn’t get mucked up and bent all out of place.  When I finished the job, the brush looked just as it had when I started.






I had the same experience with the roller.  It didn’t mat up like other rollers I’ve used and it rolled the paint on smoothly and evenly.  I may have to reevaluate my use of cheap paint tools!



Have you used Purdy products?  Did you notice a difference?



I received Purdy paint tools in exchange for my honest review.  All opinions are my own.


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Randi Dukes About Randi Dukes

I’m Randi, a wife and stay-at-home mom of five kids, ranging from preschool to high school. I love strong coffee, craft and DIY projects, my planner, my laptop, and my big ol’ family. When I’m not creating something for my blog, I can be found in the car, running kids from one place to another. I’m the one knitting at the red light.

Comments

  1. Love the picture of Luke’s boots. That is so sweet!

    Sometimes it’s so worth spending a bit more money on tools. Anything to relieve the frustration from an already time consuming project.

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