House Painting Tools – Good Tools Make a Big Difference

Purchasing professional quality house painting tools is one of the most important investments you will make as you participate in more painting projects. Professional quality tools will save time and considerable effort when compared to cheaper alternatives.

With the right set of tools it is possible to reduce the amount of time and effort it takes to finish your house painting project. Good tools help guarantee great results. Using inferior and cheap painting tools will provide endless hours of frustration. Plus, they will need replacing soon after they are used. If cared for properly, quality tools will last a lifetime.

Tools needed for house painting can be separated into a couple of categories;

(1) preparation and (2) application. You may already have some of the painting tools needed and some will need to be purchased.

A basic painters tool kit consist of hand tools, screw drivers and pliers, a 5-way or 11-in-1 multipurpose tool, putty knifes, both stiff and flexible, a couple of spackling knifes, drop cloths, brushes and a roller set-up. The amount of tools you need depends on your project. The more the better, I’m a big fan of tools. It’s better to work smarter than work harder.

All of these house painting tools and more will save you a lot of time and additional effort. Also many are suitable for interior or exterior projects. Choose top quality painting tools, combine this with knowledge and you are half way to a beautiful home you can be proud of.

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Caulk Color Mixer

By BPMI USA (Tigard, OR USA)
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Choosing a Caulking Gun

Caulking is a critical element of many interior projects. From sealing gaps around sinks and toilets, to weatherproofing, to interior and exterior painting, caulk is an invaluable ...
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Cleaning an Airless Sprayer

Cleaning an airless sprayer seems straight forward, but there some important things to think about. Some materials are difficult to clean out, requiring the use of water and a ...
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HANDy Tool!

By anonymous.
I have been a professional painter for 23 years, and about 2 years ago a friend gave me a HANDy Paint Pail to try. At first I was a bit skeptical about trying something new, but I ...
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How Much Does A Paint Brush Really Cost You?

By Nicky Taylor - Homeowners First Choice Painting Inc. (Marietta, Georgia)
Many homeowners fall into the trap of thinking they can skimp on price when it comes to buying paint brushes. This can be a big mistake for a number of reasons and they all can ...
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How to Clean a Paint Roller

By Mark (Boise, ID)
An Old Painter’s Secret When I first started painting, my dad owned this plastic box that connected to the sink or a hose that would spray a 9 inch fan of water in a line. The ...
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Using an HVLP Spray Gun

An hvlp spray gun can be difficult to use at first. Spraying any clear finish or paint with an hvlp or cup gun can be a little tricky, but with practice using this type of paint ...
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Hand Held Masking Machine

Save Time and Effort While Protecting a Surface Using a hand held masking machine will save time and effort in protecting a surface before painting. Protecting non-painted ...
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NEW PAINT TOOL

By Ulrich Henssge (5404 High Tech Drive, Beaselton, GA 30517)
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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 ...
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Paint Mixing with the Strill

By Randy Rice (San Diego, Ca, USA)
I am submitting this article because we came up with a new low cost mixing tool. There are several reasons we are very excited about our new invention, many customers do not want ...
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