Model # 1000c

Internet #202080280

Store SKU #874767

Shur-Line 4.75 in. x 3.75 in. Paint Edger Pro Design
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Shur-Line

4.75 in. x 3.75 in. Paint Edger Pro Design

  • Woven pad assures straight and smooth lines
  • Perfect for paint DIY projects
  • Easy To Use
$497 /each

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Product Overview

Get a straight line without taping around molding and trim! The Shur-Line Pro Paint Edger creates perfectly straight edges along walls, ceilings, windows, trim and baseboards with a smooth finish and virtually no linting eliminating the need for time-consuming taping. Features a swivel ergonomic handle to maneuver easily and reduce fatigue while painting. Handle is threaded to accept attachment to almost any standard extension pole and incorporates a quick-eject pad release button to ensure mess-free pad removal. Only the Pro edger version offers a retractable lift to pull guide wheels clear while loading paint onto the pad ensuring paint does not accidentally touch the guide wheels and transfer to your project. The smooth rolling wheels coupled with the soft pad filaments result in a better finish than when using a standard brush. Save time and money while achieving a beautiful painting result.

  • Use with all paints and stains
  • Eliminates the need for time consuming taping time
  • Ergonomic handle reduces fatigue
  • Swivel handle accepts all standard extension poles for access to various heights
  • Retractable guide wheels flip up out of the way while loading paint to ensure a clean finish
  • Smooth rolling wheels allow the user to achieve professional painting results and straight lines around molding and trim
  • Provides a better finish than a brush with virtually no linting

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Textured Walls?

Does this work well with textured (spray-on) walls? Given the low price may just buy it and try it.
Asked by: Jim
Just finished painting a bedroom...didn't put blue tape anywhere...just used the paint edger around the baseboards, ceiling, entrance door, closet door, and windows. This thing works brilliantly once you get the hang of it, and it's not as as slow to use as some videos make it seem. This is far faster and more effective than taping off everything. Some tips...lightly set the pad on the surface of pain in a paint tray... don't get paint on anything but the pas of the tool. Keep the black edge guides up while loading. When you place it flat against the wall, start about two inches away from the edge (baseboard, etc.) and move the pad toward the edge. Right before you get to the edge, lower the black edge guide, then draw it along the wall using even, moderate pressure. Reload and repeat. Be sure to keep those black edge guides clean, including underneath. Great product!!!
Answered by: Mike
Date published: 2017-06-05

Is it better to apply paint with brush than dunking it in the tray, Most people say you make a me...

Is it better to apply paint with brush than dunking it in the tray, Most people say you make a mess dunking it?
Asked by: Mike
No, use a tray and skim the edger along the top of the paint, then remove excess lightly by dragging the edger along the edge of the tray. Be sure that the wheels of the edger stay clean.
Answered by: John
Date published: 2017-06-19

How do you load paint edger with paint

Asked by: Greg
Hello Greg! In order to assist we made a short video tutorial that you can find located here: https://vimeo.com/218705690 We've also heard from customers who have found it helpful to load the edger using a paint-brush so that they don't accidentally dip too deep. I've found that once you have the pad initially "loaded/saturated" with paint it takes less time to reload. The key is to not dip so deep that you get paint on the wheels and to ensure that you wipe off excess before applying to the wall. I hope the video helps!
Answered by: Shurline Product Team
Date published: 2017-06-04

Will it accommodate an extension pole?

Will it accommodate an extension pole?
Asked by: Nama
Yes
Answered by: Amy
Date published: 2017-03-14
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Customer Reviews

4.75 in. x 3.75 in. Paint Edger Pro Design is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 266.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I was originally dubious about this tool, however having used a similar type pad on our deck and ... I was originally dubious about this tool, however having used a similar type pad on our deck and liking it a lot, I decided to try it. The Home Depot worker admonished me to check the edge and wheels before each use to be sure they are clean of paint. It took a little trial and error to learn to load it *enough* but not *too much*, and to get used to the swivel head. The edger is tricker to use on shallow trim, but that was at baseboard level, so I held the sides instead of the swivel head for better control there. The true test was edging at the ceiling in a stairwell. For 10 years I was dreading trying to figure out a ladder configuration to get up there, but with this tool I just needed an extension pole. I was extra careful loading and wiping the edge and wheels in this area, and had no trouble getting a nice edge from the safety of the floor. Oh, I also had no trouble getting the corners done, I did not need the corner specific version of this tool. I'm actually looking forward to painting the cathedral ceiling portions of our home now, and wish I had painted years ago!!
Date published: 2017-03-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I had such high hopes for this product. I needed to paint along the ceiling of my very high stai... I had such high hopes for this product. I needed to paint along the ceiling of my very high stairwell, which I could not reach by ladder. Unfortunately, using this product on an extension pole does not work. You simply cannot get the correct amount of pressure on the entire surface to apply paint consistently. *fail*
Date published: 2016-12-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing paint edger tool! I was skeptical painting black against the grey color of my walls. It turned out perfectly! No touch up needed! One tip I've learned from other reviews is to use a paintbrush to apply the paint onto the sponge instead of saturating it. Love this product!!!
Date published: 2017-02-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This seem to work well at first. But, then deteriorated rapidly. It is just too flimsy. The ro... This seem to work well at first. But, then deteriorated rapidly. It is just too flimsy. The rotating feature on the handle should have a provision to lock so you can control it better. Sliding along the edge it would tend to rotate and you would have to put your fingers on the base to keep it rotating. The retainer for the brush pad doesn't hold it in place, and I found I had to push forward to reseat it while painting. Also, the brush pad would bow in the middle. I ended up giving up and going back to tape and a knife style edger. My dw had used a similar one that had wheels that worked really well. Great concept, but just too flimsy. The title says 6.8 in. x 3 in., but that is incorrect, it measures 5 in. x 3.5 in.
Date published: 2017-03-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I hate taping so wanted to give this a try. It works great. It does kind of create a line that ca... I hate taping so wanted to give this a try. It works great. It does kind of create a line that can stand out from the rest of the paint but if you blend with the roller quickly it will not be a problem. If you do all the edges first and then do the roller, the edge between the tools painted line and rolled on paint may be prominent. Every time I put paint on it and before using it on the wall, make sure the wheels are clean.
Date published: 2017-03-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This is a NASTY tool. It has some nice features, but the swiveling handle makes this edger unusab... This is a NASTY tool. It has some nice features, but the swiveling handle makes this edger unusable. There is no way to lock the handle. That means it shifts while you're trying to paint a long straight edge. I bought it to make my work easier, not harder. Now I have to ask: What genius thought this was a good idea?
Date published: 2017-01-23
Rated 1 out of 5 by from FAULTY Tried to hook up edger to a long extended pole, in the process it broke. The pad would not fit properly in place and the part that help ensure a clean tie in would not stay in the locked position. UNUSABLE! Zero stars
Date published: 2016-12-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worked well I hate to tape and I suck at cutting in. This worked great. Barely needed to tape the room. Wonderful. Just have to be careful not to put to much paint on it at one time. Will make a mess.
Date published: 2017-01-03
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