July 2, 2009

June 2009 Monthly Roundup for Tool Snob

Thumbnail image for Roundup.jpgJune was good to us here. We got to go out to the Milwaukee HQ and check out all of their new items due out this year. Our impressions of the event are here. We also ran a couple contests (more of that on the way) and we were able to review a few new items. On that topic, the best of the bunch and the tool of the month is the Wagner TurboRoll. It was something that we initially chuckled at, but once we got to using it, we were quite impressed. If you've got some big summer painting projects, we think you should look into it.

We already have a handful of review half-written for July and a few new items just showed up today, so keep checking back for those.

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Posted by Doug Mahoney at July 2, 2009 4:49 AM
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