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Why Go Grip-Free?

Ergonomic, grip-free paintbrush for home improvement, DIY and interior design and craft projects.


Why Use a Grip-Free Paintbrush?

1. Holding a conventional paintbrush with a pinch grip causes a chain-reaction of tensing muscles all the way from your fingers to your neck. It’s like driving your car with the emergency brake for hours.

With a Grip-Free Paintbrush your fingers are relaxed, allowing the arm and shoulder to relax. This means a steadier hand for superior control and greatly reduced fatigue.

2. When holding a conventional paintbrush, as you apply more pressure to the work surface with the bristles, more grip pressure is required to hold the brush.

With a Grip-Free Paintbrush, as you apply more pressure to the work surface with the bristles, it locks tighter to your hand, requiring virtually no grip pressure. Ahhh, much better!

3. When holding a conventional paintbrush, your hand is right in the line of sight, requiring your to tilt your wrist, neck or back to see. This causes additional muscle strain and fatigue. With a Grip-Free Paintbrush, the brush is elevated, providing visibility to the work surface without compensation.

4. With a conventional paintbrush you feel pain while painting.

With a Grip-Free Paintbrush the only thing you’ll feel is satisfaction.

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