|Package Dimensions||29.21 x 7.37 x 7.37 cm; 181 Grams|
|Item Model Number||MB-5454|
|Item Weight||181 g|
TCP Global Paint, Epoxy Resin, Mud Power Mixer Blade Drill Tool for Mixing Quarts and Gallons (2 Pack) - 10" Long, 1/4" Round Drill Shaft, 2.5" Plastic Paddles - Stirring Cans, Buckets, Pails and Cups
|Price:||+ $9.99 Delivery|
- Set of 2 durable power mixer blade tools that fit on any sized drill and used for uniformly mixing paints, epoxy resins, mud or any other coating or powder compounds that have low to medium viscosities.
- Mixers have 10" long and 1/4" (6mm) round steel shafts with a 2.5" plastic-tipped mixing impeller. Mixers include a plastic head cap on top of the shaft to easily hang and store them.
- The durable plastic impeller mixes materials quickly and evenly, as it lifts and blends materials from the bottom of the container.
- Mixers are the ideal size for stirring coatings in 1-quart mixing cups up to 1-gallon cans, buckets and pails.
- Excellent stirring paddle tools that any paint should keep in their toolbox.
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So, wanting to pay less because the first replacement I bought for this was a different style with a plastic head and it lasted one year during which time I used it to mix paint 2x and cement 1x.
These, I've only just used to mix paint a couple of times and I used the plastic one - but I actually bought these because for less than the price of my one good mixer that I know I love - you get 3 and 2 of them are metal.
Now, I know from experience that you get what you pay for and whether in tools or elsewhere, I'd almost always choose to pay more for something I know is better and will last. I won't know if these are built to last any time soon but since just the two old paint buckets I mixed with the plastic one would have taken me hours to fully mix by hand, I feel like these are already a good deal and if I'm lucky the metal ones will hold up through the next mixes of grout and cement and if they do (or fail) I will update this but even as it stands I think these are worth a look.