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Author Topic: Rinse well paint cleaner  (Read 1054 times)

Offline bandit86

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Rinse well paint cleaner
« on: February 23, 2013, 12:25:35 PM »
Purchased this from micromart (great company to deal with)

This is what they advertised for this product
"It's Like Having a Sink on Your Workbench

The Rinse Well keeps you supplied with clean rinse water when brush painting with water-based paint. Just rinse your brush in the well. Then press the button and the dirty rinse water drains into the base while the well automatically refills with clean water. Saves time and eliminates the mess of filling and refilling several rinse containers. 7 inch diameter base. 20 oz. bottle capacity."

So I tried it out last night, it works for the most part just as advertised. Kept my brush clean, fresh water at the press of a button and saved me time. The only glitch I had was the water refilling after I drained the bowl but I am pretty sure I fixed the problem by adjusting the bottle and giving it a small squeeze(I think air gets trapped)All in all It's a good purchase. Next to open the Robart paint shaker.
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Offline bandit86

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Re: Rinse well paint cleaner
« Reply #1 on: February 23, 2013, 01:38:20 PM »


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