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June 19, 10:25 AM [GMT -5]

Your photo of the paint spout shows it attached to the outside rim, but if you attach it to the inside rim you won't get any paint in the rim. I have one and it works great when used that way.

October 01, 12:34 PM [GMT -5]

There is a better alternative to the paint spout - they sell a plastic, gallon sized, snap-on cover, with a 1.5" wide, screw on cap. Notice in the picture of this example, the red paint in the rim. Never happens with the full-sized model, since the rim is fully engaged. Taking a break? just screw on the cap and the paint stays fresh and doesn't stink up the joint. The can stays clean, and clean up of the copver is a 5 second rinse job. The spout is good, the cover is GREAT

July 30, 10:27 PM [GMT -5]

These are some great tips that I will refer to again.

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