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My Paint Saint Review

Updated August 01, 2016

My Paint SaintMy Paint Saint Review
Gifted by: Product Launchers
www.mypaintsaint.com
Reviewed by: Dana Byerwalter, Editor, DIYIdeaCenter.com

Never stress over paint touchups again. My Paint Saint is the perfect new product for homeowners and renters alike. Rather than dragging out a half-full paint gallon to touch up a mark on the wall, use this handy mini paint bucket to do the job. Touchups are so convenient with this product that you'll be looking for dings and scrapes to paint!

My Paint Saint has an incredible number of handy qualities to make touchups easier than ever. My mom's kitchen wall had a few scratches that needed touchups, and we were delighted to try out this product and learn of all the features that really make it a great design.
 

Compare My Paint Saint to a full gallon of paint
 

First, let's compare My Paint Saint to a standard can of paint. We dug out the gallon of kitchen paint and a few inconveniences immediately presented themselves. For one, removing the lid of an older paint can is no fun task. Not only must it be pried off with a separate tool, but you'll notice in the photo below that the can became rusty over time:
 

Rusty Paint Bucket


Because of the rust, we used an old plastic margarine tub to scoop paint from the gallon into My Paint Saint rather than pouring from the gallon directly. I would recommend purchasing My Paint Saint right when you buy your paint to avoid the rust pouring problem. My Paint Saint stores latex, chalk paint, milk paint, fat paint, and any other water based paints.

My Paint Saint's design allows you to easily see what you're painting. I was originally concerned about the built-in brush: though conveniently attached to the lid, would the attached disc obstruct our view of the area we were painting? As it turns out, the brush is long enough and the disc small enough to easily be able to see the area, and a built-in brush never needs cleaning! Here's a photo of My Paint Saint in action:

My Paint Saint in action


My Paint Saint - Paint NotesYou can see in the above photo the grooves jutting inside the plastic can. Use these grooves to brush off the excess paint. Instead of using the edge of the bucket as a drip catcher and thereby getting paint on the rim, these grooves keep your bucket mess-free. The size and shape of the grooves is a more effective design than the rim, making this a win-win for all.

One last quality I'd like to point out is the label. Easily indicate which paint is stored inside with this convenient Paint Notes feature.

Don't put off touching up your walls because of the inconvenience. Fill up My Paint Saint and grab this handy little bucket anytime your walls are in need of a touch up.

 

Do you touch up your walls as often as you should, or does the inconvenience of taking out the gallon prevent you from painting? Let us know in the comments!

 

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