HomeRight PaintStick EZ-Twist C800952.M Paint Roller Applicator, Painting for Home Interior, Home Painting tool for Painting Walls and Ceilings

HomeRight PaintStick EZ-Twist C800952.M Paint Roller Applicator, Painting for Home Interior, Home Painting tool for Painting Walls and Ceilings

  • HOMERIGHT PAINT ROLLER COVER: Painting your ceilings has never been easier! Unlike traditional rollers, the EZ-Twist paint rollers provide 64 inches of reach to make your ceiling pop with color with no drips or mess
  • EASY PAINT ROLLER: The new and improved PaintStick EZ-Twist is the perfect upgrade to the original PaintStick. Painting a room can be daunting, but the EZ-Twist easily allows you to paint an 8' x 8' wall in 1 minute and reduces the stress of painting your home
  • TWIST HANDLE PAINT ROLLER: The twisting feature of the EZ-Twist provides better control of your paint flow than the PaintStick. Durable handle holds 18 oz. of paint for less refilling
  • SHED-RESISTANT ROLLER COVER: The improved, simple end caps hold the perforated, shed-resistant roller cover in place and are easy to remove for cleaning. Replacement roller covers available in 3/8" and 3/4" sizes
  • BEST PAINT ROLLER: With extended reach and more control, the EZ-Twist allows you to easily paint those hard-to-reach areas in your home such as stairways, hallways, and more
Paint your interior walls and ceilings in 1/3 the time without the mess that comes with traditional trays and rollers. The PaintStick EZ-Twist draws paint directly from the can into its handle and feeds it onto the roller cover with a simple twist of the handle. No need for an open tray eliminates dripping from the can or roller. The PaintStick EZ-Twist high-quality shed-resistant roller cover creates even coverage. The extended handle provides added reach eliminating bending over and reducing t

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3 Responses to HomeRight PaintStick EZ-Twist C800952.M Paint Roller Applicator, Painting for Home Interior, Home Painting tool for Painting Walls and Ceilings

  1. Jo S. says:
    209 of 218 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    i love this thing . . . Not anymore., April 16, 2016
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    Jo S.

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    i love this thing. no, seriously. we just bought a huge house that i have to paint and this thing is a life saver. i needed some muscle to tke it apart for cleaning, but i’m loving this and all the other homebrite paint items.
    Edit . . . I no longer love this thing. So,yeah . . . The first go around was amazing. Taking it apart to clean was a bear and some pays ate virtually impossible to clean all the way. After cleaning and reassembling it never worked well again. Paint would spurt out and occasionally it would give me a big glob of the color I used previously, since there is no way to get it all out. Not a happy girl. Plus the actual roller, which is special to this contraption, is pretty low quality, so it is hardly worth cleaning to use again. I love working without a pan, but on this second room this thing dripped and leaked so much I will gladly take the pan back. I have similar post cleaning issues with their other products. So sad
  2. snowleopard says:
    119 of 121 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    There’s a learning curve, but it’s worth it., July 7, 2016
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    snowleopard (Kodiak Island) –

    This review is from: HomeRight PaintStick EZ-Twist C800952.M Paint Roller Applicator, Painting for Home Interior, Home Painting tool for Painting Walls and Ceilings (Tools & Home Improvement)

    I’d never heard of/seen this gizmo before a few days ago. Was walking through a box store w/a step-ladder, and was looking for a paint tray to hook onto the ladder. Saw this, asked the clerk about it, and made the purchase. Then came home, read the reviews on Amazon and thought I’d made a mistake.

    I struggled with this thing at first, especially getting it to fill. Finally explained to it that it was a piece of junk and I was going to take it back to the store, and it immediately filled. After that, no problem filling. I think I changed the angle from which I was pulling the paint. It doesn’t like to fill straight up, but if you angle it a bit so the port and filler tube are at about a 45-degree angle, it fills nicely and easily. Also seems to fill better with the flip switched one way than the other–I think on the down position.

    Some backstory: female, older, recovering from extended disability, desk job, and hired painters to work for me. The first one was slow and unreliable, the second I just could not get to slow down and take his time and do it right. Trying to get the upstairs painted and it’s been a long-drawn out bad dream/sitcom episode. Finally decided to have a go at it myself.

    Started in the evening with the ceiling, and decided that I was in trouble and had made a mistake. But there was no way out but through, so pressed onward. Even though it’s advertised as being long enough to reach a nine-foot ceiling, I found I could work more easily with the step-stool, and at times wished I’d purchased the 9-foot-reach stool instead of the 8-foot one. It takes awhile to find the groove with this thing, but eventually you get pretty good with it if you are patient and persistent.

    You develop a feel for how much paint it needs–too much and it skids–and when it needs it. There’s a bit of resistance when it fills, and it `burps’–you’ll see–and then you roll until it needs a bit more–it becomes reflex after a bit.

    I watched a video where someone was struggling to twist and paint at the same time, but I found it easy to use if I twisted, then stroked. I’d give it about a half-twist, then three strokes, half-twist, three strokes (roughly). The twist becomes easy, too–the twisting movement is a natural extension of the upward stroke. I had leftover paint in the tube when I finished, and on impulse slapped it on the bathroom wall that I’ve hated since I moved in. Ten minutes later I wondered why in the world I’d put up with those ugly walls for so long. That was just a base coat–still need to go back, cut in, and do a second coat, but I don’t dread the task. (And even like this, it’s a huge improvement.)

    I came back yesterday and did the walls. No, not in one minute. But they went pretty quickly, and I finished the room. When I had almost finished the project I hit on another time-saving use for this thing. I loaded the roller to the squishy point, and applied paint thickly up near the ceiling in about a four-foot wide stretch, then hopped up on the step-stool with my edging brush and used the paint on the wall to pull up to the edging tape. Speeded up the edging process quite a bit, as I had enough paint to cover my reach before I had to move the stool, saved all that dipping-in-the-paint-can time.

    The critical piece to me is that I was able to develop my technique enough to give me the smooth, even, drip-free surface that I wanted. It’s matte, so it’s not very forgiving, but I am happy with the outcome. I’m persnickety about the outcome, and this made me happy. Also, in spite of physical limitations, I did not find it too heavy. Yes, I’m kind of sore today, and I got a workout in, and I’m glad I won’t be painting today, but I wanted to let people who may not be in great painting shape know that this is manageable. I don’t think I would have been physically able to do this project with a roller ad tray in the time I had available.

    I did not have any problem with the end popping off and the roller falling, so they seem to have fixed the problem some reviewers had with that.

    Another positive. I had a problem during the first cleaning process of being unable to pull the twist tube down. Just refused to twist or pull. Struggled with it that night, went to bed, struggled with it in the morning, and finally called the 800-number. To my surprise, I was talking to a live person within a minute. She said she had never heard of this problem, said she would ask about it, and call me back. She asked some clarifying questions, and as I was chatting with her, it suddenly released. I asked her what she thought had caused it, and she said it probably just developed a vacuum seal, as it had to be pretty tight in order to suck up the paint. My theory is it’s just ornery–wouldn’t fill until I told it that it was going back to the store; wouldn’t work until I phoned home and talked to…

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  3. Lilly Marie says:
    23 of 23 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    so far I love this thing, July 27, 2017
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    so far I love this thing. I have used it for 2 rooms and a ceiling. crazy fast. doesn’t really save paint- it takes a while to prime it- but it works super fast. make sure you use the Vaseline on the tube you use to suck the paint up- if you don’t it wont work- has to make a “seal” watch a you tube video on how to prep it if its not working at first.

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