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My Paint Saint

Maker - Mark Lacy

My Paint Saint
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Easy Touch-ups

With its ingenious design, My Paint Saint makes touching up paint—and storing it—quick and hassle-free.

During his college days, inventor Mark Lacy supervised maintenance for a hotel. Paint touch-ups were full of problems and inefficiencies. He designed My Paint Saint to eliminate every single one.

The airtight can has a high-quality brush built into the lid and a generous white space to jot down the color that’s inside. To open, twist off the ring (no screwdriver needed) and get right to work. The ring screws to the bottom of the can so you won’t lose it.

Wipe off any excess paint on the two plastic ledges inside. Didn’t wipe off enough? There’s a drip catcher on the rim around the brush.

To reseal the can, put the brush back inside (no need to clean it), and twist the ring on (no mallet needed). With the airtight seal in place, both paint and brush will be ready (and not dried out) for next time.

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Discovered 9/25/2015

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Discovered 9/25/2015

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Unfortunately, products from this maker are no longer available on our site.

Small Business Support

Maker Story

Easy Touch-ups

With its ingenious design, My Paint Saint makes touching up paint—and storing it—quick and hassle-free.

During his college days, inventor Mark Lacy supervised maintenance for a hotel. Paint touch-ups were full of problems and inefficiencies. He designed My Paint Saint to eliminate every single one.

The airtight can has a high-quality brush built into the lid and a generous white space to jot down the color that’s inside. To open, twist off the ring (no screwdriver needed) and get right to work. The ring screws to the bottom of the can so you won’t lose it.

Wipe off any excess paint on the two plastic ledges inside. Didn’t wipe off enough? There’s a drip catcher on the rim around the brush.

To reseal the can, put the brush back inside (no need to clean it), and twist the ring on (no mallet needed). With the airtight seal in place, both paint and brush will be ready (and not dried out) for next time.