Model # 00100c

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Shur-Line Paint Edger


Paint Edger

$3.47 /each

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Product Overview

The SHUR-LINE Paint Edger has a quality woven pad that assures a straight, clean line. Guide wheels make trimming ceiling lines, doors, winds and baseboards easy. Use with the Paint Edger Pad Refill (not included).

  • Shed-resistant woven pad for smooth finish
  • Guide wheels roll along trim and ceiling and control cutting in to eliminate the need for taping
  • Paints a straight line along ceilings, doors, windows, chair rail and baseboard
  • Use with the Paint Edger Pad Refill (not included)




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Customer Questions & Answers

Would this work on textured walls? Thank you!

Asked by: momof8
I always just set it lightly into my paint tray. A very light touch is a must - it'll load with paint over time, but you don't want to overdo it - because you'll get paint on the wheels - and thus, the ceiling.
Answered by: MP81
Date published: 2016-10-03

How do you fill it

Don't understand how to use it. Need a video-DUH
Asked by: rtwildwillie
i am using 5 gal bucket with paint and metal screen insert for the roller. So to fill the edger I would load the roller with paint and roll it against the screen. While the paint runs back down into the bucket I run the edger sideways against the screen upwards and lightly press the edger against the screen. ( sideways to protect the wheels side from paint). You can do it couple of times till you get the fill of it.... Dipping the edger into the paint is error prone.... good luck
Answered by: kapi02
Date published: 2016-07-14

Can you buy replacement pads or do you have to buy a whole new gadget.

Asked by: Chris
yes in HD there are 2 packs available.....but they are washable just like paint brush
Answered by: kapi02
Date published: 2016-04-07

Can this attach to an extension rod?

Asked by: Katy
No - but you need to move it by hand to keep it parallel to the wall, so the extension rod would likely cause that not to happen.
Answered by: MP81
Date published: 2016-10-03
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Customer Reviews

Paint Edger is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 30.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from LIFESAVER! This product was an absolute lifesaver on my last project. It probably cut the time I spent painting in half. My hand isn't steady enough to paint around trim and ceilings freehand & I hate having to tape everything off, so I gave this a shot & it worked perfectly. I didn't tape off a single thing & my edges are perfect. One tip though - don't dip this into a paint pan (even a shallow one), get a separate brush & brush the paint on. If you get too much paint on it, it will squeeze out the edges and/or get on the rollers, and thus, on your ceiling & woodwork. As long as you brush the paint on though, you're good to go! I'll never paint another room without this handy item!
Date published: 2011-06-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This product changed my life. I'e done enough painting and know enough to be professional quality... This product changed my life. I'e done enough painting and know enough to be professional quality painter, but edges kill me. I'm not a gentle person and I don't have a steady hand. I am now pro quality. Painted 3 rooms in 3 hours (they were all prepped, drop clothes, etc). Drips less than a paint brush or roller even. These rooms had short ceilings so over the door ways and windows it was 3 strokes, no drips onto the casings or blinds. Here is what I learned. I prefer a bucket for paint, but I used a tray with a liner just for this gadget, because it just wants just a little bit of paint and you have to protect the black edging from getting any paint on it. Not getting any paint on the black edge is easier to do if you only have a tiny bit of paint in the tray, almost none really, with space to remove any excess. And if you do get paint on the edge, or even mine started to dry out, wash it from the direction of the black edging, let it drip in the sink the opposite direction, then use a little wet. I love inventions and how they can improve our lives. This one is at the top of my list right now.
Date published: 2017-01-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product! Ive been using a brush for edges. This little guy is worth every penny. Take your time. Dont put too much paint on the pad. Wish I would have found this years ago.
Date published: 2016-11-19
Rated 2 out of 5 by from I used the older design and liked it but the new design with the cut -outs (for the wheels} in th... I used the older design and liked it but the new design with the cut -outs (for the wheels} in the pad I don't like.
Date published: 2016-12-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Waste of money Useless. Waste of time and money. And doesn't work.
Date published: 2016-08-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing I love this tool! I almost didn't buy it because of some of the negative reviews. User error for those who couldn't make this work. Tip: Instead of dipping the pad into the paint pan, I brushed it onto the pad carefully. I know this seems longer to do, but it saved me the hassle of getting paint onto the rollers.
Date published: 2016-08-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Forget the Tape I tried all the edging tools to save time and money on all the blue tape. This is the only one that consistently provided good results. As others have said (and with all painting equipment), DO NOT OVERLOAD IT. Gently dip in paint and wipe off excess in the tray. You will be able to see the paint on the pad and if it comes beyond the hairs then you have too much. PATIENCE is very important. Do not start directly on the edge, wipe the pad below where you're going to edge and then do a second pass on the edge with the plastic rollers touching the ceiling. Visually inspect the rollers to ensure no paint has gotten on them. I found this simple one much better than the other model with the turning handling. The turning handle causes issues at times. This is great item is you have the patience to use it. It will save much time opposed to taping but you must be careful with it and always make sure the rollers are clean and the pad is not overloaded with paint.
Date published: 2012-10-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My favorite tool These are great. The trick is to not overload the pad. Since we work as a team, the roller and tray are in use at the same time. The edger person uses the loaded roller to get paint on the edging pad, or may very carefully rest the pad on the paint in the tray -- just enough to pick up paint on the hairs. Always check the rollers are clean before touching the walls. If you get too much paint on the pad it can leave a ridge on the edge but that can be smeared off by swooping back on each stroke to smooth it. I've never refilled the pad, had this one for maybe 12 years.
Date published: 2012-05-19
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