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Are you sure you want to carry that sharp and dirty painter’s 5-in-1 tool or putty knife in your pocket?  With FastCap’s new folding pocket putty and combo putty knives you don’t have to worry. Both tools use the same folding handle as the rest of their pocket tools to protect the blade and keep your pants clean and free of holes.

The pocket tools feature a thin, flexible blade made from heavy-duty stainless steel that can get behind molding without damage or spread fillers. The combo putty knife also allows you to scrape, dig, and clean rollers like any painter’s 5-in-1 tool.

Either pocket tool will run you $10, plus Amazon will ship the tools for free if you purchase over $25 — you’ll just have to throw some extra tools on the order.

Pocket Putty Knife [FastCap]
Pocket Painter’s Tool [FastCap]
Putty Knife Via Amazon [What’s This?]
Painter’s Tool Via Amazon [What’s This?]


5 Responses to Pocket Painter’s Tools

  1. Vagn says:

    – What the f… is a “Pocket Painter”…?

  2. Multi-tools are being made for everything. One for the painter had to come sometime. Looks like a good idea.

  3. Scwetherbee says:

    I really don’t get it. The 5 in 1 is usually used for getting most of the paint out of the roller, right? After that, who would want to stick it in their pocket? It looks too narrow to be an effective scraper, and who wants a fold up thing that’s not immediately ready for action as a putty knife? Add to that at ten dollars each, when a real multi painters tool would cost less and be sturdier, wider, and have a metal end cap for the odd nail sticking out, and these seem ludicrous.

  4. Gough says:

    I’ve already got a version of the folding painter’s tool and this one doens’t look like an improvement. This putty knife, on the other hand, looks like a winner. I’m always losing them from my tool pockets, or tearing up the upholstery on my truck, this tool looks like it’ll avoid both of those pitfalls.

  5. Downboy66 says:

    That painters tool is of a butterfly design that is federally prohibited in Canada. It looks pretty useless, too; no spreader/sraper?

    In searching for the earlier, lockback design, all I found were two Patents, disturbingly similar. I smell litigation. I Anyone knows where I can get one, please tell Me. I bought one at Ace in 1999, and foolishly gave it away.

    And a Painter cleans/wipes his roller scraper after each use. That’s just good sense.

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