A Paint Tray with a Peel Away Lining for Cleaning
You know, one of my least favorite parts of painting is the cleaning up afterwards, especially the tray. First, I have to wipe up as much of the paint as I can, then wash out whatever's left.
Meet the Peel-a-Tray. When you've finished painting, you simply grab the corners of the disposable liner, pull toward the center and toss away the mess. The tray is spanking clean in a flash and ready for the next job. Each tray has four disposable liners, plus the tray itself. So the next time you've got a roller paint job to do, remember you don't have to clean your tray, you can just peel away.
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