Solution for Sealing Paint Cans
Sealing paint cans is a frustrating and messy business.
And nothing’s more frustrating than opening a can of paint you thought was properly sealed after your last painting project only to find that the seal wasn’t as good as you thought and the leftover paint has either dried up or taken on an amount of moisture that’s ruined the paint beyond use.
Or, perhaps even worse is when an unsealed, leftover paint can tips over, because all it takes is a tiny gap in the lid to send paint spilling everywhere.
Let’s be honest. When banging around on the lid with a hammer to try and seal it, it’s far too easy to damage the lid, the rim of the paint can, or both. Either of these scenarios is enough to keep the can from sealing properly, potentially ruining the paint, or leading to a paint spilling disaster.
But what other option do you have?
There truly weren’t any better options out there until inventor, Mike Lupelow, recently invented the Paint Can Sealer, a paint-can-sealing solution that completely seals gallon and quart-sized paint cans with just one tap of a hammer.
With this innovative product in your painting arsenal you’ll no longer have to deal with leftover paint being ruined in between uses due to lackluster sealing. No more messy spills or dented cans, either.
What you can expect is a perfect seal on your leftover paint cans with just one tap on this breakthrough device with a mallet or hammer.
See this exciting new product in action by going to paintcansealer.com.
We need your help to fund our KickStarter campaign so we can manufacture our very first batch of Paint Can Sealers. Please share your email address with us so we can let you know when the campaign goes live!