The Self-Righting Paint Caddy is a belt holder for paint containers which allows for free axial rotation to prevent spillage.
Inventors Robert L. Snyder, Randy Newman, William J. Davis, and Larry Lambert have created a belt holder for paint containers which allows for free axial rotation to prevent spillage. The holder is detachable from the belt and provided in different sizes to hold standard containers such as a gallon can of paint.
Ladders or other similar devices are frequently used to help painters reach desired areas. However, it is truly a hassle to climb down the ladder every time it is necessary to load up the paint brush or roller with fresh paint. Not only is this time consuming, its also hard on the users knees and back and can potentially lead to an accident or injury.
Inventors Snyder, Newman, Davis, and Lambert were inspired to create a device that would allow painters to work with both hands in certain working conditions. They have successfully been using their device for over twenty years. After countless requests from colleages, the Self-Righting Paint Caddy is now being brought to market.
This clever new invention dramatically reduces the chance of spills. It is hands-free in design. The caddy increases productivity. It is lightweight and convenient. It is great for painting professionals and do-it-yourselfers!