Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 11
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by grayghost2 Spray Grip Handle
Easily attaches to spray can and reduces fatigue from pushing the spray button down.
August 30, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by RogerX Does the job, sort of
Works, but sometimes you have to use two hands on the trigger and above it. Not enough leverage to work properly. Also, not enough control over the spray for fine work. Otherwise, it does its job and saves your fingers
June 18, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by lisamarie Pretty Good Product
It works great with Rustoleum spray cans. It keeps your index finger from getting tired and covered in paint and gives a much more even coverage than I am usually able to obtain when using spray paint.
The label states that it works with any aerosol but it will not stay on an Original Kilz can - it keeps popping off when you try to spray. I believe it may have something to do with the different style spray tops on the can but not really sure.
If it weren't for that small drawback I would give it a 5 star rating as it is a really good product - it just doesn't work with "any aerosol" as claimed on the package.
October 28, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by pjr370 A must have
If you use spray paint this product is a must have.
June 9, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Michtrixie Works like a charm!
I was skeptical that this would work but it was relatively inexpensive so I decided to give it a try as I had a large object to spray paint. It works great and kept my hand from getting tired of pushing the button on the spray can. I felt like I had more control over the paint spray and did a better job of painting. The paint doesn't get on the accessory unless you have installed it incorrectly which is hard to do unless you're not paying attention.
May 28, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by pikaziotype best thing since sliced bread, i mean spray cans..
Though i don't intent to over dramatize or exaggerate the nature of this product, it is truly amazing. Snap it on an aerosol paint can and get to work. It makes spraying paint incredibly easy and you don't get that terrible finger fatigue that comes from continuously pressing the spray tip on the can (everyone who has every used spray paint knows what i mean). Not only that, it increases the accuracy of your spraying. It does feel a little flimsy when you first pick it up but once you install it on a can it quickly becomes possible the most useful investment in painting that you may ever make. Reusable and durable, i've already used it on several jobs and it has proved it's worth over and over.
overall, it is a wonderful innovation in paint spraying and @ less than 7 bucks, you can ask for no more.
hope this helps!!
May 6, 2010
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Verified Reviewer AWESOME!!!
My hand, wrist and arm gets tired and can hurt for days after using a spray can. I decided to give this thing a try. Just used it and it worked great! No pain or fatigue at all. I'm amazed that for less than 10 bucks, I found a solution to my problem. It was easy to use and I would highly recommend it.
November 14, 2013
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Billy Passable at best
The handle on this product is quite possibly the least comfortable I've ever held. It's so small I can't get a positive grip on it. The spring loaded ears are so close to my fingers that I can't use this while wearing gloves and the sharp edges on the 'spring wings' are so close that they cut into my fingers.
It's also rather difficult to put on/take off so you'll need fingers of steel just to attach and remove it, not to mention that it's really a guessing game as to whether the thing is seated properly.
Then there's the single finger trigger which is more difficult to squeeze that pushing your finger on the can's spray tip.
I took mine back and got a refund. Ace Hardware sells a much better version of this called CanGun1 which has an all four finger trigger and takes about 10x less pressure to squeeze than the erroneously labeled Comfort Grip, it also costs about 1/2 as much and is made in the USA, not CHINA, like Rust-Oleum's is. Hope this helps.
February 13, 2012