Place your thumb on the red thumb tab. Apply pressure, pulling towards your hand to move the pin from the locked position. Rotate the tool to the desired position. Release the thumb tab and the spring will move the pin into the chosen locked position.
For use on extension pole
The handle can be mounted on any screw type extension pole. Using the angular tool on an extension pole can help eliminate ladder work.Our Pro handle has a clip lock feature that can be used with the Wooster pole system.
How to load and unload the paint edger roller covers
Load the roller on the ramp of a paint tray. Just roll to the edge of the paint to pick up sufficient paint to make the fibre of the roller wet with paint.
Important do not immerse or soak the roller cover causing the Blue cap and red Shield to be covered in paint.
Roll back-and-forth on the ramp until the White foam gasket and all of the fibre are covered with paint.
Take the roller to the wall; roll back-and-forth unloading the roller. Press firmly enough to get the foam gasket to dispense paint. Do this to or three times until the fibre and the foam gasket are loading and unloading paint. Your roller cover should now be properly prepared and ready to begin the edging process.
After each time you reload the roller look at the end of the Cap and red shield to make sure there is no paint on the outside edge of these components. Keep a soft cotton cloth to wipe the edge to make sure it is free of paint before you start next to the trim.
With a full load of paint, place the roller on the wall next to the trim that you were going to edge next to. Using the trim as a guide, gently unload the roller for 12 to 14 feet (4 m). Do not apply full pressure on the roller until you have unloaded the majority of the paint and are close to the 12 to 14 foot Mark.
You can now apply more pressure to the roller keeping the shield in contact with the trim and roll back through the 12 – 14′ of paint that you just applied. Roll back-and-forth through this 12 to 14 foot area until the edging is complete.
Repeat steps five and six and complete your edging process, next to trim, baseboard and ceiling areas.