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Old 04-10-2019, 01:20 AM   #21
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I wash my brush after every use. Cant stand a chunky brush.
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I treat brushes like tools, so I don't babysit them too much especially to the point of fanatically washing them every day, they serve me, I don't serve them.
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@PACman to my way of thinking, they are a bit pricey, the zipper won't likely last and finally, how could a company be so dumb as to ignore the most popular sized brush on the continent, and my favorite general use size. They really did not do their due diligence on the market research!
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Yup! But look at those prices! Especially the great deals on Ebay! And the $64,000.00 question, are they SELLING them?
They absolutely won't work! The hole for the brush will also let in air thus defeating the purpose of the baggie. OR you would need to tape around the handle. One would do better to get Ziploc freezer bags that will hold the whole brush including the handle.

No doubt they are selling one offs to HOs!
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Maybe you should just stock ziplock bags or press-and-seal plastic wrap.

I liked the Kovrd bags, but I haven’t used mine in a couple years because its one more thing I have to carry in the truck. I also had a guy helping me that moved a Kovrd bag with a 18” tray full of paint. The paint started spilling out the bag and made quite a mess.


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They absolutely won't work! The hole for the brush will also let in air thus defeating the purpose of the baggie. OR you would need to tape around the handle. One would do better to get Ziploc freezer bags that will hold the whole brush including the handle.

No doubt they are selling one offs to HOs!
They have an elastic "seal" around the opening where the handle goes. Myself i always use press-n-seal.
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Maybe you should just stock ziplock bags or press-and-seal plastic wrap.

I liked the Kovrd bags, but I haven’t used mine in a couple years because its one more thing I have to carry in the truck. I also had a guy helping me that moved a Kovrd bag with a 18” tray full of paint. The paint started spilling out the bag and made quite a mess.


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Unfortunately i can't buy enough ziplock bags or press-n-seal to get a wholesale cost on them or i would!
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I use the brush saver/brush cover a lot. I have a bunch of them. Before I put it in the brush saver I put my brush in a sandwich bag to keep the brush cover clean inside. I have not used the roller cover yet. I roll out of a five gallon bucket and use a shower cap to cover it up when I'm cutting in or on break and works good to sit over night. I just hang your roller frame on the rim of the bucket (Inside the bucket,,and yes I have to say inside the bucket)with the roller cover vertical and pull the shower cap out of my pocket ,cover the bucket and no worries about drying out or skimming over.
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I use plastic grocery bags from target, walmart, and plast bag and wrap up rollers or brushes and works fine. Really love the wooster x large paint buckets with clear lids, close those things up with a roller left sitting in the paint for days, just keep it out of the sun. I also but a roller screen in the wooster bucket so the roller head doesn't **** and get in the paint, also dip the brush in paint and leave in the wooster bucket no prob over night.

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