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Purdy 900215 Purdy Multi-Use 6-in-1 Stainless Steel Decorator Tool with Hammerhead
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- Extremely durable
- Rugged carbon steel blade
- Non-slip rubberised cushion grip
- Nail-set hammerhead
- Can be used as a: scraper, putty ripper, hammer, nail head ripper, roller cleaner, paint can opener
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For over 80 years, Purdy has produced professional painting tools that deliver superior performance. The range of handcrafted brushes and high quality rollers have been designed in line with professional decorators' needs. The Purdy brand represents quality, performance and innovation unmatched in the industry.
The Purdy Multi-use 6-in-1 tool is a premium decorator's tool. It can be used as a scraper, to remove putty and nail heads, open paint tins or help cleaning paint rollers. Its hammerhead end also means it can be used as a hammer. It has a non-slip rubberised cushion grip for comfort.
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The first time I used the Purdy 6 in 1 was around six months ago when redecorating my sister’s bathroom, all I had to take with me was a paint brush, paint roller, some filler, tile grout, a sanding block, a grout float and this, that’s it. (She already had the paint and sugar soap).
The job was quite simply a breeze, it raked out the non sanded grout from the fine gaps between the tiles, raked paint off a tile border that had previously been sloppily applied, raked paint off copper pipes, knocked the head off a nail and then drove the shaft into the wall, stripped flaking paint, filled holes and opened my paint tins.
I did have a go at removing the silicone around the bath with it, but it left black marks on the enamel, they were easily cleaned off and to be fair it doesn’t exactly claim to do that. The job went far quicker than expected, it’s surprising the difference it can make not having to constantly rummage for the right tool and not struggling with dozens of tools lying around in a confined area.
Perhaps the biggest benefit was not having to constantly twist and turn to reach for other tools or get up and grab another tool from the bag, suffering with a spinal defect such a job would usually leave me seized up by the end of the day, and sure it hurt but I was perhaps for the first time after doing such a job very mobile.
Over the course of my life I’ve bought many, many filling knives and scrapers and confess to buying new ones far too often, either misplacing them, the edge becomes dull or the face becomes scratched / damaged and unsuitable for a smooth fill.Read more ›
You know that bloke you see walking along in multi-pocketed trade trousers with tools hanging out everywhere? That's me! Well it might not be - it could be someone else of course. Anyhow. One of those pockets houses my Purdy Multi-Use tool and I would be so lost without it that I carry a new spare in my tool bag. It is perfect for easing out double glazed window beading, tapping in wall plugs, scraping, cutting, chipping, prying, flattening, hammering (with the metal end of the handle) and so on. I use it when plumbing, painting (obviously), gardening, fencing, making things, fixing things, breaking things, adjusting things and even cleaning the crud out of the soles of my boots.
As one of my sons observed - it is to me what the Sonic Screwdriver is to Doctor Who.
PS - to those struggling with the labels - scrape them off with a Purdy Multi-Use tool. Seriously though - use a hairdryer on the labels and they will simply peel off.
I can only assume the end of the handle is the "hammer" part of the scraper which can't be described as a real hammer but would be handy for things like tack nails.
I am yet to use the roller cleaner but I can only assume it is as high quality as the rest of the tools
A great piece of kit if you have a lot of decorating to do. It certainly feels like it will be lasting for years to come.
Not sure about the 6 uses, I did try counting but gave up, and a bit annoyed with the label on the blade which just gets in the way. But thats real nitpicking.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought this for my husband who is a self employed painter and decorator. He uses it all the time and said its a great little tool to have. Would definitely recommend this product.Published 20 days ago by Amazon Customer
Very handy tool, though I haven't yet used it for all it's functionsPublished 1 month ago by S. House
Very handy tool, good quality as always with purdy. Quick delivery tooPublished 3 months ago by Scoo