New Painting Buddy System

By Dan Dattilo

The New Painting Buddy System belt attached paint bucket holder with removable dripless paint bucket positions your paint bucket at your side for easy access, allowing you to work more comfortably without having to carry your paint bucket. For interior and exterior painting, the Buddy System provides you a safer way to work, freeing up your hands to climb up and down ladders.

The holder and dripless paint bucket are ideal to cut in walls and ceilings from a stepladder. Painting window and door trim couldn’t be easier with your paint bucket at your side. No more bending down repeatedly to reapply paint to your brush.

The paint bucket has a dripless wiping flange located around the top rim and is angled downwards to allow excess paint to drip back into the container. It eliminates the worry of stepping in paint drippings and tracking them on to floors, leaving you with a cleaner work area and preventing accidents. Built into the wiping flange is a brush holding magnet that is nickel coated to prevent from rusting. With its 1 quart capacity, it’s the perfect size for cutting in a room. Made of polypropylene it can handle all your projects involving all types of paints, stains and solvents. The paint bucket also has an easy clean-up pouring spout for a precise transfer of liquids.

The holder which can be worn on either side whether your right handed or left handed is manufactured in the same form as the paint bucket for a custom fit. The Buddy System organizes your tools with compartments for two screw drivers to remove various wall plates and an opening for a multi-purpose tool to remove peeling paint, filling holes and opening a paint can. It’s like having a tool box conveniently at your side.




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