The Spinner is a professional paint brush & roller cleaner that prolongs the life of your brushes and rollers. Cleans brushes up to 6" and all paint rollers by centrifugal force. Rugged steel construction and ball bearings for smooth operation.
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where is it made?
Like just about everything these day - - China. That said the quality is very good and my spinner has held well.
I don't know as it is in my shop and I will not be there for a few days. I can tell you it is all metalic and of good quality and I expect it will last many years.I hope this helps.
Great product use it all the time. Works well with round and "square" handled brushes of just about any size. Is especially useful for getting the diesel out of diesel stored varnish brushes and draining pre wetted brushes before starting a project. Excellent for cleaning/draining rollers which are usually a pain to clean.
It says "Made in China" on the label
It is made in China.
Don't know where it's made but well designed, robust and works very well. Holds wide variety of brush handles but largest are very tight fit. Works best if held in bucket or thinner will be on pants leg.
No clue as to origin, and the paperwork is long gone, but it works as advertised.
Don't know where it's made but it works great
how does it work?
I assume you mean how well does it work. I haven't tried it on rollers, but it works well on brushes. I keep 4 containers with thinner. I work the brush in a container #1 of thinner, spin it and repeat the process in container's 2 through 4. I hold the brush/spinner inside a trash can with a trash bag inside. The process is quick and effective. I like to apply numerous coats of very thin paint and keeping the brush clean is essential. The brush spinner makes this easy and i recommend it.
How does it work? The paint brush / roller cleaner works uses the principle of centrifugal force. After a solvent cleaning, you mount the brush on the end of the unit and pump the handle a bunch of times -- most of the remaining solvent flies out of the brush.How well does it work? It works very well, contraption though it might be. It removes solvent much more effectively than, say, the arm-flailing technique that I used to perform. It works especially well on Epifanes' thick Italian-sourced brushes -- but beware, the round handles of those brushes are more difficult to mount in the device than American flat handled brushes.Bottom line: It's cheap and cheaply-made, one very small investment in the total scheme of things. Buy one and try it out. If it helps preserve your fine brushes, then great. If not, then at least you haven't spent a bundle. If you use cheap brushes, don't bother.
R K SIGMUND
Did not work....Good idea, always wanted one of these.
Always wanted one, was disappointed when it arrived looking like good quality item but it did not work. The spinning action did not work, something mechanically was wrong with it,,,
great price for a great product
It's a great tool brush are ready to use as soon as they are clean. Great price too
newstart construction and remodeling
Save Time, Excellent Work,
Save cleaning your brushes and rollers when work is spread over a few days. Wrap them tightly in a plastic bag, store them in the refrigerator. To save space in the frig.,quickly clean with washer and spinner. As always, a proper cleaning as soon as possible after their work will extend life to your tools.
I've never used a brush spinner before. It does an excellent job both in clearing the first varnish soaked washes of thinner from the brush and in finally drying the brush. Works much better than my old method of "heeling" the brush.
Keep the bright side up!
Kansas City, Mo
A simple idea that works
Brushes are costly so spending a little time to clean them properly makes a lot of sense. This brush spinner does a good job of getting that last bit of material and cleaner out of the bristles. Doesn't hurt the brush.