kelvin reynolds: ha!-stick it in an airtight bag and tie a knot in the bag-10 seconds. beat
Clayton Grant: It took you a few minutes to clean that? Gimmie a break.
Ferz Nator: none of the roller cleaners i have seen convince me, nothing beats spinning
the roller inside a bucket using a hose, than pay $20, $30, it takes a
minute, oh you get wet? jeez at least you are not made of sugar lol
stevecarbide: The paintrifuge allows your crew to wash the rollers in about 30 seconds
and using the contractors model you crew will be able to wash about 30
rollers in the same water each one about 30 seconds. This will allow your
painters to change colors with the same cover. Even at $2.00 per roller
this will save you money. Last time I checked gas is about $3.80/gallon.
Using the 5 gallon pails will also allow you to take water on the job site
and then the used water off the job site.
TXas101: My company bought one of these for our painters and it paid for itself on
the first day. We used to go through many roller covers every day, but now
we can get by with using the same two or three roller covers on several
jobs. This is great.
Mike Money: what a rigmarole! by the time you finish setting up the stupid bloody thing
you could have done a jigsaw puzzle. Less than 5 minutes!!! wtf? get
yourself a homeright paint roller cleaner and you can do it in 20 seconds.
friskypainter: Hi Steve, great product. I wash in homeowner's bathtubs mainly. The large
pitcher catches all over-spray. I hit the roller with a burst of 2500 rpm
at the last. The roller is clean and dry. I have spun brushes in the
pitcher also with a brusher spinner tool, it catches all the mess. Thumbs
up on this product!
ThePaintrifuge: @TXas101 Thanks TXas101, I am one of the inventors of the paintrifuge. I
would like to know if you would like us to use your testimony on our web
page. We can put in a spot with your company name for advertising. Just
thought I would ask. Thanks again and hope you keep enjoying the
paintrifuge. Steve Long
razorrider639: I bought one of these and it works great- didn't have to hook anything up
BradMr1975: can i use this thing in a 5g bucket ?? i have extensions for the drill
Babylon King: Is that all right next to impossible??
Madamoiselle Marie Antoinette: What's that red smudge on the like bar? I'll clean that for you
AlexG Fitnessvideos: Whats the price?
Brian Whittaker: @Brianwhittaker23 If you cant clean a roller nap with faucet or water hose
or a 5gl bucket then your not a painter lol.Your way it takes water,special
socket,drill.My way water!!!Not bad for a moron huh
sKiTzMiCk69: Nobodys gonna buy this crap mate so give up your get rich quick scheme is a
failure so get off your fat arse an do some real work
TXas101: I bought one of these for my painting crew and it paid for itself in one
day. We used to go through several roller covers on just one job. Now we
use the same few roller covers on multiple jobs. This is great.
C Swiss: looks like way too much effort! how does this save money when your painters
are on the clock spending time cleaning refills when you can just buy a new
one for $2 or less,. by cleaning your refills your practically losing money
Brian Whittaker: If you repeat using your same roller setup without removing the roller
cover.You will end up having to CUT that old cover off the frame and throw
the frame away.Frames cost more the covers!!!The inside of the frames are
ment to free spin.If you never remove the cover while cleaning you will
never get all the paint out of the inside of the frame.Anyone saying they
own a REAL paint company and they have their painters use this is a moron
and i have a Solar Powered Flashlight i would like to sell..
Brian Whittaker: If your a painter cant get a roller cover clean with a faucet or a water
hose then your probly not a painter yet lol.He says faucet doesnt have
anough water pressure...That container has 0 water pressure!!!
renan ruiz: well look the aqua wire bruss invention and people tell me what they think
S. Roseykins: I like this guy. :) He's honest.
stevencarbide: @Brianwhittaker23 Just because you can clean the roller without taking it
off the frame doesn't mean you have to leave it on the frame. After washing
with the paintrifuge the cover is clean and dry so now you can take it off
the frame if you want.This unit works great, I have several of them and I
paint everyday. No hoses, no mess and it works 100% of the time even on our
18" rollers. Not bad for a moron, huh.
Mike Money: wtf?? you need a battery drill and two loads of water and you have to carry
around a 2 gallon plastic container? get yourself a homeright roller
cleaner and you can forget about all the other stupid complicated cleaners
that DON'T EVEN WORK! here.....youtube.com/watch?v=u-fLW4RPDak
The Paintrifuge - Paint Roller Cover Cleaner3.2
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