Painting is easier with the new edger from Shur-Line that gives you an even better paint line than the original.
Tools evolve after they’ve been out in the real world for a while.
I recently shared a fun video about painting a bathroom, with my 7-months pregnant girlfriend almost in tears trying to tape off the room.
It’s a humorous take on the real-world frustration of trying to tape a perfect edge, and then trying to paint the perfect line without paint bleed. Painting is easier than that.
(Yes, all tapes aren’t created equal. But that’s a topic for another day.)
But when you are painting along an edge, like tile, baseboard, or door trim, you can use this handy little edging tool from Shur-Line, no matter if you’ve ever painted before.
The first generation of this tool had wheels that could get a bit of paint on them if you used it a lot, and dipped into deep paint. We’re human, so when we human DIYers start using a tool created by experts, the experts gather around and figure out solutions to our real-world situations.
Now the little paint edger’s wheels can be popped back from the tool when you dip into paint, so painting is easier.
Here’s a quick video that will explain this way better than I could ever explain with words.
And here’s our fun video about painting a small bathroom with the edger.