Product Index for PaintPRO
The index below is a list of products profiled and reviewed from all PaintPRO issues. When available, the All_Access include a link to the manufacturer's Web site. The publication date of the article is listed in parentheses next to the item. Please refer to the manufacturer for any updates on specific products.
Brushes, Rollers, Sleeves & Extensions  

Brush covers to protect brushes (Nov/Dec 2004)
Generation X and Generation Y brushes from Elder & Jenks are designed for today’s waterborne and ceramic paints. (Jul/Aug 2005)
Mr. LongArm Inc. has straight and curved floor squeegees, plus a floor scraper and floor scraper replacement blade pack, to its line of janitorial supplies, and three new bi-level brushes. (Jul/Aug 2005)
PX Series of professional paint brushes, from Great American Marketing Inc. (GAM) (May/Jun 2004)
Pro-Extra brush from Purdy (Jul 2001)
Color-coded brushes from Mr. Longarm (Jan/Feb 2005)
Short-handled trim brush (Nov/Dec 2004)
Short-handled brush, Ultra/Pro Shortcut, makes the brush easy to control. (Nov/Dec 2003)
Franklin Bender is an extension that will speed up roller applications on every job, Frankling Toos. (Jan/Feb 2003)
Anglemaster, an extension with a sliding handle and allows the contractor to change the spray tip angle a full 180 degrees while spraying. (Nov/Dec 2003)
MakBeth Technical Engineering Inc. introduces The BossMaker Paint Roller, an ergonomic roller frame with an adjustable head and arm. (Jul/Aug 2005)
Purdy XL Cub short-handle paintbrush. (Nov/Dec 2005)
Swedish brush is designed for painting window sashes, moldings and fine trim (May/June 2005)
From Wooster Brush, the Little Rhino wire brush with scraper is the perfect size for prepping window frames, railings, corners, and other small areas. (Jan/Feb 2006)

Rod-shaped adapter for holding minirollers (May/Jun 2005)
Sherlock GT Convertible pole (Mar/Apr2005)
Pole & Scraper display (Mar/Apr 2003)

Curly Flex Roller, developed by a professional painter, is an ergonomic design (May/Jun 2004)
Roller Solution - Clean rollers made easy (Jan/Feb 2004)
Wooster Brush Co. has several rollers for the Jumbo-Koter miniroller system. (Nov/Dec 2005)
The LX-70, an improved airless in-line spray gun and two spray roller kits from Titan Tool Inc. (Jan/Feb 2006)
Shearling lambskin roller covers (Jul/Aug 2004)
Three top-of-the-line roller covers from Wooster Brush Co. — the 50/50, Super/Fab, and Pro/Doo-Z — have been released in multipacks. (Jan/Feb 2006)
The Stanley MaxFinish paint roller features microfiber technology (Sep/Oct 2004)
Smart-Lok Quick-on/Quick-off system roller frame and Professional Smart-Lok extension pole sold together. (Aug 2001)
Prep Crew scrub brushes from Wooster feature polypropylene handles with smooth, curved, ergonomic shapes. (Nov/Dec 2005)
Polar Bear painting sleaves from Wooster (Jan/Feb 2005)
Faux Sea Sponge from Wooster Brush. (Jan/Feb 2002)
Spray Bar ideal for painting interior walls and ceilings, exterior stucco siding, fencing and tilt-up. (Mar/Apr 2004)

Wallpaper Table (Sep/Oct 2003)

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