Internet #205052978

Model # 192504

0048661103319

5-gal. Plastic Paint Mixer with 15 in. Round Metal Shaft

$ 5 04

Overview

The Warner 10331 5-gal. plastic paint mixer is an easy to use lightweight plastic paint mixer. The 10331 allows individuals to mix fluids within 10 seconds. The paint mixer is made for use with 3/8 in. drill.

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Product Overview

The Warner 10331 5-gal. plastic paint mixer is an easy to use lightweight plastic paint mixer. The 10331 allows individuals to mix fluids within 10 seconds. The paint mixer is made for use with 3/8 in. drill.
  • Easy, fast clean-up
  • To clean mixer, operate mixer in container of water
  • Use mixer in well ventilated areas
  • Do not use lacquers or other flammable liquids
  • Mixes Fluid in 10 secounds
  • Do not use in Laquers or other flammable liquids
  • To Clean mixer, operate mixer in container of water
  • Uses a 3/8" drill

Product Overview

Model #: 192504
Internet #: 205052978

The Warner 10331 5-gal. plastic paint mixer is an easy to use lightweight plastic paint mixer. The 10331 allows individuals to mix fluids within 10 seconds. The paint mixer is made for use with 3/8 in. drill.

  • Easy, fast clean-up
  • To clean mixer, operate mixer in container of water
  • Use mixer in well ventilated areas
  • Do not use lacquers or other flammable liquids
  • Mixes Fluid in 10 secounds
  • Do not use in Laquers or other flammable liquids
  • To Clean mixer, operate mixer in container of water
  • Uses a 3/8" drill

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Ratings (6) (141) (197) (9)
Compatible Container Size 1 Gallon,3 Gallon,5 Gallon 1 Gallon 1 Gallon 5 Gallon
Material Steel Steel Plastic
Features Durable Construction,Reusable Durable Construction,Removable Tip Durable Construction Durable Construction
Product Length (in.) 18.25 11.81 in 13.00 in 19.25
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Length (in.)
18.25

Details

Applicator/Tool Type
Mixer/Stirrer
Compatible Container Size
1 Gallon,3 Gallon,5 Gallon
Features
Durable Construction,Reusable
Kit
No
Material
Steel
Package Quantity
6
Paint Tool Product Type
Applicator/Tool
Product Weight (lb.)
0.50lb
Returnable
180-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
None

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Length (in.)
18.25

Details

Applicator/Tool Type
Mixer/Stirrer
Compatible Container Size
1 Gallon,3 Gallon,5 Gallon
Features
Durable Construction,Reusable
Kit
No
Material
Steel
Package Quantity
6
Paint Tool Product Type
Applicator/Tool
Product Weight (lb.)
0.50lb
Returnable
180-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
None

Questions & Answers

Will this mixer fit through the opening in the top of 5-gallon paint bucket?

Will this mixer fit through the opening in the top of 5-gallon paint bucket?
Asked by: JH
The length, width, and depth, of the blue paddles are each 3-1/2", so, unless your bucket's openning is wider than that, it will not fit. Most screw-on holes in such buckets or cans are at the end, rather than the middle of the can, so, removing the top, completely, and threading the "naked" end of the mixer bit through it won't work as well. Suggestion: Take an old lid or something else that is solid, heavy, sturdy, and wide enough, to fit over the entire bucket, and drill a 3/8" or slightly wider hole through the center of it, then push the "naked" end of the mixer through it, then, attach the drill to it (i.e., chuck it on), then put that lid over the bucket, making sure it is secure (use bricks or a helper; also, make sure there is a tarpaulin or similar under the paint can, and that the rest of the work area is similarly protected). Turn on the drill SLOWLY, at first, then, gradually, run it faster, making sure at ALL times that the lid is secure and that you have control over the mixer and drill. If you think you're going to use the entire bucket's worth of paint/stain, then drill through that lid; since the drilled hole is only 3/8" wide, it should be easy enough to plug with duct or other heavy tape (naturally, you should use as much of it as you can, as quickly as you can, lest it solidify with contact with the air, no matter how well you seal it). See the attached image showing a cutaway view of the paint can with the mixer bit going through the center of an orange "lid."
Answered by: skaizun
Date published: 2020-08-21

I'd like to be able to mix the paint in a 5-gallon bucket without having to take off the the lid....

I'd like to be able to mix the paint in a 5-gallon bucket without having to take off the the lid. Does anyone know if the paddles at the end of this paint mixer will through the small opening in the lid of 5-gallon paint bucket?
Asked by: JH
The length, width, and depth, of the blue paddles are each 3-1/2", so, unless your bucket's openning is wider than that, it will not fit. Most screw-on holes in such buckets or cans are at the end, rather than the middle of the can, so, removing the top, completely, and threading the "naked" end of the mixer bit through it won't work as well. Suggestion: Take an old lid or something else that is solid, heavy, sturdy, and wide enough, to fit over the entire bucket, and drill a 3/8" or slightly wider hole through the center of it, then push the "naked" end of the mixer through it, then, attach the drill to it (i.e., chuck it on), then put that lid over the bucket, making sure it is secure (use bricks or a helper; also, make sure there is a tarpaulin or similar under the paint can, and that the rest of the work area is similarly protected). Turn on the drill slowly, at first, then, gradually, run it faster, making sure that the lid is secure and that you have control over the mixer and drill. If you think you're going to use the entire bucket's worth of paint/stain, then drill through that lid; since the drilled hole is only 3/8" wide, it should be easy enough to plug with duct or other heavy tape (naturally, you should use as much of it as you can, as quickly as you can, lest it solidify with contact with the air, no matter how well you seal it). See the attached image showing a cutaway view of the paint can with the mixer bit going through the center of an orange "lid."
Answered by: skaizun
Date published: 2020-08-21
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