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Strainer Bags


Strainer Bags, Filters

The Nylon Strainer Bag builds with elastic band opening for easily fitting into 5, 2, & 1 Gallon Paint Buckets.

These Strainers made with medium nylon mesh just enough to screen out the paint powder particles in order to reduce clog in paint sprayers. As well as to paint or spray evenly.

Strainer Bag

Size available 5, 2, & 1 Gallon with elastic top.

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SB101-6 6Strainers 1 Gallon 6 $9.77
SB201-6 6Strainers 2 Gallon 6 $9.86 Out of Stock
SB501-6 6Strainers 5 Gallon 6 $9.99
SB101-30 30Strainers 1 Gallon 30 $27.95
SB201-30 30Strainers 2 Gallon 30 $28.56 Out of Stock
SB501-24 24Strainers 5 Gallon 24 $25.56

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SB101-60 60Strainers 1 Gallon 60 $52.95
SB101-120 120Strainers 1 Gallon 120 $108.95
SB201-120 120Strainers 2 Gallon 120 $113.00 Out of Stock
SB501-144 144Strainers 5 Gallon 144 $143.00

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SB101-600 600Strainers 1 Gallon 600 $395.00
SB201-600 600Strainers 2 Gallon 600 $470.00 Out of Stock
SB501-600 600Strainers 5 Gallon 600 $529.00


How to paint?

PAINTING TIPS

Ideally, you want as much paint on the brush as you can control without making drips or blobs. To do this, Doherty dips his brush about 1 1/2 inches into the paint, then taps (not wipes) each side of the brush against the side of the can. Tapping knocks off the drips and forces the paint into the bristles. "The brush releases the paint just like a fountain pen," he says. Weeks agrees, saying, "Just be sure to keep your brush moving, or it'll start to drip." For more delicate work, such as when you're painting trim or window sash, you'll want less paint on the brush. Doherty again dips and taps his brush, but this time he also scrapes the sides against his can. "The outside bristles are drier and easier to manage," he says, "but there's still plenty of paint on the brush."