Large Paint Stirrer Review

Large Paint Stirrer Review

By Richard Irons

 

Absolutely love these paint mixer paddles. They don’t have your usual mixer head as it’s just a steel paddle which fits into your drill. With it being flat it’s a doddle to just to scrape off the paint and then wipe. You don’t need different brushes needed to get in all the nooks and crannies when cleaning it out.

The smaller one is ideal for little 1Litre tins as well.

I used it today for a small bit of Bonding and it ripped through it even with just my makita drill and again cleaned off nice and easy.

Definitely Recommend!

 

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Large Paint Stirrer Review