SHUR-LINE Painting Tools and Accessories
Painting projects go much faster and easier when you do some upfront planning.
My Project Assistant is here to simplify the process.

My Project Assistant is here to simplify the painting process by helping you select the right tools for the job, determining how much paint you need and providing a printable list so you won't forget something important while at the home center or hardware store.

Tell us which room you are painting and we'll make some suggestions on the tools you will need.

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Preparing your walls for paint is probably the most
important step in the process.

Let's assess the type and condition of your walls to find out exactly which products you'll need to buy. The necessity for some items will be determined by your answers to the following questions. Other essential items are usually needed for any interior painting project.

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To avoid painter's remorse, pick up some sample-sized paints to try before investing in a gallon!

The type of trim in your room determines the type of angled brushes, painting edgers, trim rollers and other Shur-Line convenience products you'll need to help you create a professional look.

Answer these simple questions to add the proper products to your checklist.

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Edging tools are great for trimming around doors, windows and baseboards.

Buying the right amount of paint the first time is critical to the success
of your project.

In this section, answer a few additional questions about your room, and we'll calculate how much paint you'll need for walls and trim.

Use the calculator below to determine the amount of paint you'll need.

What Room will you be painting?
Room Width
Room Length
Ceiling Height
Would you like additional touch-up paint?
How many windows?
How many doors/openings?

Are you painting the doors?*

Does the room have a fireplace?
Are there any unpainted areas?

Are you painting the ceiling?*

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NAP stands for the length of the fibers on a roller cover. For drywall use a 3/8" NAP. Choose a smooth roller cover (short NAP) for painting metal doors, finished wood or paneling

Thinking about the clean-up process as you prepare your project will make
the clean-up quick and easy - so you can enjoy the results faster.

As you consider your product choices for your project, also consider how you will clean up and store those products when you're finished. Answer these questions to help determine which clean-up products to have on hand.

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Clean up is not the last thing you do; it�s what you do throughout your paint project!

You've provided all the information My Project Assistant needs
to get you on your way to success.

Now we can generate a list of items you'll need to buy from your local home center or hardware store. Be sure to check supplies you may already have on hand. Click one of the options below to print, e-mail or save your list.