To a long line of things on a stick — roller, chainsaw, hot dog — Spray Close now adds spray-can-on-a-stick. You ask, “Why put a spray can on a stick?” Well, maybe you’re a hoodlum who’d like to extend his tagging range; or you need to spray a hornet’s nest up in your eves without getting stung; or you just want to retouch that texture on your vaulted ceiling without grabbing the ladder.
The Spray Close spray extender works with insecticides, spray paint, pruning sealer, window-washing spray, ceiling-texture spray, or just about any 11oz to 22oz aerosol can with a trigger top. Screw a standard extension pole into the Spray Close, load up the spray can, and pull the 15′ extension cord to start spraying. The can will continue spraying until you release the cord.
You can buy a Spray Close spray extender for about $10, but you’ll have to provide your own extension pole.