Have you found yourself standing in your favorite room of your house and wished you had stripes painted on your walls? Your next thought would be, “I can never do something like that or I will never paint stripes on my walls because I don’t have the time or the patience.” Well those feelings are about to change. If you use the U-Stripe It & Design Tool you can paint stripes on your walls, with ease. This tool is for the non-painter, for every homeowner.
In just three easy steps and a few hours you can have the paint design you wanted and best of all you did it. Every stripe will be right on. No pencil marks, leave you level and tape measure in your toolbox, no need for them. You just take the U-Stripe It & Design Tool and lock you desired width. Second step, place the tool on the wall where you want to start your first stripe. Use the tool to help guide the one inch, delicate tape down the wall. Third step, use the inside of the tool, the left arm when holding it, and place it on top of the tape you just placed on the wall. You then will guide the tape down the wall, using the tool. This is going to be the non-painted stripe. During this step, we’re counting our one inch tape into the measurement you wanted. This stripe will appear smaller, but it will be right on, remember it is the non-painted stripe. You then repeat steps two and three until your room is finished. It is that easy! Anyone can now paint stripes in their rooms. (For detailed instructions go to http://www.ustripeit.com/instructions.)
The best thing about this tool is that it not only helps you paint stripes, but it will help you paint circles, rectangles, squares, chevron designs and much, much more. The U-Stripe It & Design Tool is amazing. You can see photos, watch videos and read testimonials about this tool at ustripeit.com.
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U-Stripe It & Design Tool-Review and Giveaway
After buying a very run-down hundred-year-old house, my husband and I are quickly learning that our plans for the future aren’t about what to renovate, but are about what to renovate first. Half of the house is an unfinished addition and the other half was last updated in the late seventies, so there are very few areas that don’t need to go through major changes to turn our house into the palace that we dream of. To read more go to:http://www.mommykatandkids.com/2011/02/u-stripe-it-painting-and-design-tool-review-and-giveaway.html