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    € 177.00
    Price Excl. Vat @ 23%

    Trac-Cut Airless Cutting In Accessory

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    For the busy painting contractor.

    This ingenious airless sprayer accessory was invented by a professional painting contractor who was fed up with the tedious, time consuming process of cutting in along architraves, trips, skirtings, ceilings and so on.

    The Trac-Cut is a device which is attached to the airless tip base.

    For walls and ceilings you normally use it in conjunction with a 3ft extension pole, i.e. attached to the tip base up front.

    The Trac-Cut is supplied with three circular plastic discs which attach in seconds.

    Use each disc until it reaches its maximum paint collction and then with the simple pull of a pin, place that disc into a bucket of water and replace it with a clean one.
    This takes no more than 2 minutes.

    Idea is to give the top or inside of the spray fan a 'slight haircut' which does the cutting in for you. 

    Video... while it only shows the Trac-Cut attached directly to an airless gun and he is spraying line marking paint on grass - still gives you an idea of what can be achieved and the sheer speed it can travel! 

    If you are the type of person who does not have the patience to spend 20 minutes or so 'learning to drive' this thing, this is not for you.

    It does take you half an hour or so to get the hang of it and get a proper result. 

    Note you will also require a 513 airless tip with matching yellow gun filter.

    The reason being, it slows down the flow of paint which aids the process.

    You might say that €177 is a lot of dosh for a few bits of plastic and metal, and the reason for this is because they are not mass produced and being manufactured in small runs they cost more to produce.

    Nevertheless, feedback has told us that the Trac-Cut usually pays for itself in its first couple of outings... pretty good. The rest is extra profit for You from time saved.

    Note: Stocks of the Trac-Cut are STRICTLY LIMITED... when they're gone... they're gone.

    So... what are you waiting for?

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