How do you hold your can?

– Paint Bone’s patented features provide anti-fatigue grip positions from the top, side, and bottom of the paint can or pail.
– The unique design offers a choice of comfortable holding positions while you paint yet allows enough space to dip the brush or roller into the can or pail.
– If you need to position the container on the ground or shelf, the Paint Bone handle easily drops to the side providing a clear and unobstructed entry.
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PAINT CAN HANDLE
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A contour comfort area for a forefinger to aid in turning the bail

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Another contour area for a forefinger to help turn the bail. This position is handy for when less weight is in container.

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This contour area is designed for a thumb, used when handle is positioned on side of container.

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This recess area is designed to comfort the side of the thumb and aids in turning the bail.

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This ridge is designed for grip of a thumb when fingers are on the bottom of the container and thumb is positioned along ridge.

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Detailed grip rib texture aids in feel and grip.

Paint Bone designed by Machine Art of Frenchtown NJ.

Basic grip position

can stays level

comfortable to carry

turn handle and dip brush

2nd grip position

molded ridge grips thumb

handy when paint is low

no thumb pain from bail

Patented grip

natural wrist position

hold can like a trim cup

handle holds hand to container