Are you ever watching your favorite TV show or your favorite product on a commercial and notice there are amazing stripes or another pattern painted on the walls in the background? You then notice you are paying attention to the room where the show is taking place instead of the show of product itself. You too can have that same design, with your pick of the paints, using the U-Stripe It & Design Tool.
You can paint stripes on your walls in just three easy steps, using only the tool and delicate painters tape, even the beginner should have accurate stripes every time.
This tool is not only for painting stripes, you can also paint circles, rectangles, squares, chevron designs and much, much more.
The U-Stripe It & Design Tool is here to make your designing easier, saving you time and money. Forget about the old way of striping; especially quit putting pencil marks on your walls! Anyone can pick up this new designing tool and begin painting stripes and other designs like a professional painter of interior decorated.
Thinking about putting that one horizontal stripe or maybe two of them on your wall in your room, designing it with your favorite team color? Go ahead, for only $24.95 and the cost of the delicate tape and paint, now you can, and it will only take you that afternoon to complete it. How great is that?
For more information you can visit www.ustripeit.com. If you order a U-Stripe It & Design Tool now, you also get one free roll of 3M Delicate Tape and two, two-way adhesive strips, so you can design with the tool “hands free” (WSL).
Do you want to decorate your room with your favorite team
colors? Now you can and have fun while doing it! This new painting tool, called the U-Stripe It & Design Tool, can help you. This new amazing painting tool will allow you to create that one horizontal stripe, many
vertical stripes, squares, circles, rectangles and many, many other
designs on your walls. There is nothing hard about your project anymore. You only have to think of a design and let the U-Stripe It & Design
Tool help you.
This tool will eliminate you from putting pencil marks on the walls, putting stencils on the walls, keep you from having inaccurate lines and all the other
disasters that come with painting your designs when you do it the old way. Doing it the U-Stripe It & Design Way,
all you need is to have a creative imagination, tape your design on the wall(s)
then start painting. It is so easy: you can spend more time and more money on the theme accessories for your room.
After painting the colors of your favorite NFL team, college
team, your kid's school colors, NASCAR team, NBA team, baseball teams, hockey teams and
whatever else you desire on the walls, you can then place the team logos, FatHead s and all
other accessories in the room, finishing your projects.
If you have a base color that is neutral, there is not need to paint the whole room, just add your design then paint it. Your project could
take you less than an hour and under $75.00.
It is that easy. I have put photos
of a hockey theme and a "How To" video I painted for my boys in my basement where I used the U-Stripe It
& Design Tool. After painting a
circle within the circle, I used St. Louis Blues FatHead stickers to finish
it. You can view this at www.ustripeit.com.
The interior decorator’s, design magazines and paint
companies say the trend for 2012 is going to be painting stripes, polka dots
and other geometric shapes on your walls.
When you walk into the Sherwin Williams, Lowes and Home Depot’s and go
to the paint section they all show brochures on many different designs painted
on walls showing off all of their paint colors.
In some of them, I don’t even think they show a wall or room with only
I think that is awesome.
A great way for the customer to visualize those color’s on their
walls. I just have one question; why
don’t they give the everyday person the capability to paint those designs
themselves? I have the answer; put the
U-Stripe It & Design Tool on the shelf next to the faux space.
On November 29, 2011, the host of “I Hate My Bath,” Jeff Devlin, and the house owner used the U-Stripe It & Design Tool in their
bathroom, painting 9” stripes. They said
this painting tool was “Fool Proof” and very easy to use.
Until we can get this new, awesome painting tool into the
stores closer to you, you can always purchase the U-Stripe It & Design Tool
on my website, www.ustripeit.com. Sure I want to make money by selling it so I
can feed my family, but I really want you to buy this tool so you are able to
create any kind of designs you wish on your walls, saving you time and money.
At first this tool might feel awkward, like any other tool
that is new, but after you get used to it, you will design more than the room
you originally started. This tool is for
you, if you want to be that professional interior and professional painter all
rolled up in one. No painting experience
is necessary just the energy to decorate your room. This tool is AWESOME.
Just in: The DIY Show “I Hate My Bath,” episode “Historic
Style, Modern Luxury,” will be airing on Tuesday, November 29th at
9:30PM Central, 10:30PM Eastern. During
this episode the host, Jeff Devlin, will be painting 7” stripes in this
bathroom using the U-Stripe It & Design Tool. Tune in to the DIY Channel to watch the tool
in action. I’m told the producer, the
crew and the host loved the tool and was amazed in how easy it was to paint the
stripes. You can learn more about this Awesome, New, Cool painting tool at www.ustripeit.com. Visit us on FaceBook & Twitter @ustripeit.
Growing up in the family painting business, at a very young
age, I always felt going to work with my parents was a chore, something I had
to do. After high school I went into
another profession, the profession I always dreamed of being involved in, law
enforcement. Approximately 20 years into
the job, I was injured, causing me to leave my profession. I was electrocuted in 2006, while
disassembling a marijuana grow. I had
injuries that were unexplained. My
nervous system had been destroyed.
It’s funny how things turn out. My dad invented a painting tool called the
U-Stripe It & Design Tool. This tool
helped him on many jobs when he had to paint stripes on walls, especially in
two story foyers. This tool saved him
hours if not days when he used it, making his job so much easier.
After my injury, believing in this tool, I helped my dad
patent it and brought it to the market for the everyday person. While trying to sell the tool, I had to paint
some rooms myself to get photos and videos.
Prior to using the tool for stripes or other designs, I had to paint the
base color. It was at that time when I
realized painting wasn’t a chore anymore that it would become my medicine. Painting became therapeutic for me. I always heard of this, but never believed
I had unknown pains in my body from the electrocution. The only way to help me was through various
medications and that was not the answer only a band aide for a small amount of
time. I would paint these rooms and
found myself concentrating on the ceiling line, trying not to get the wall
paint on the ceiling, concentrating on my breathing and my hand motion with the
paint brush. I then would concentrate
around the woodwork, windows, etc. Even
putting the tape on the woodwork prior to painting helped because I had to make
sure the tape was properly secured so the paint didn’t bleed. While concentrating on my work, I had
forgotten about the pain in my body. I
felt very relaxed, free of pain, free of anxiety and free of tension.
Adding the U-Stripe It & Design Tool into the equation
just helps with creating designs in your room.
This adds more fun to your painting projects. There is not a better feeling in stepping
back and admiring the project you had just finished.
You don’t have to paint art designs on a picture canvass to
get this therapeutic feeling; I found it works with just painting the walls in
your rooms. Let those walls be your
canvass and try my therapeutic logic.
From your friends at www.ustripeit.com.
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