Mobile Step Masking Machine

    Item #19871 Brand: Eastwood

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    Use this portable masking machine to prep for your next paint job. Small enough to move easily. Holds up to 18" wide roll of masking paper. Sharp anodized blade provides smooth cutting. Can also be used as a step stool. One year manufacturer's warranty.

    About Mobile Step Masking Machine

    Use this portable masking machine to prep for your next paint job. Small enough to move easily. Holds up to 18" wide roll of masking paper. Sharp anodized blade provides smooth cutting. Can also be used as a step stool. One year manufacturer's warranty.


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    Overall, very nice for the price (Posted on 1/13/2014)
    Review by Jim
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    After reading the previous reviews regarding the instructions lacking in detail, I was prepared to do my best "Tim Allen Tool Guy" impression and fake my way through it. There were a couple of places where the instructions (all steps) could have been more detailed, although it really only took me 20 minutes to assemble, so no real complaint and I have a masking machine at a price I could justify for my limited use, and the even the wife agreed. Overall I'm happier than a brothel on nickel night!
    Excellent Tool (Posted on 10/31/2013)
    Review by Michael
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    It works great as a little step stool when painting car roofs, and the masking apparatus works flawlessly. I got it on sale with free shipping (Buyers Club) I don't know how I ever got along without it.
    Worthless instructions (Posted on 5/10/2013)
    Review by Kurt
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    Overall for the money I think its great, but instructions don't even mention the right size bolts that come with the kit. I think it will really help someone who's on a budget.
    Nice once you figure out how to put together (Posted on 12/29/2012)
    Review by Kevin
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    Works good now that I got it together right. The instructions are horrible. The tape does slide off, but if you use both the holders together on one side(one on each side of the tape to keep it from sliding off) it works good. Also there are some metal bushings that go inside the tape holders that are not in the instructions. I eliminated a couple of the plastic pieces for the paper. Basically from outside in, had plastic piece, spring, washer and paper roll. The other side from paper roll out, had washer, spring and plastic piece. Hope that makes sense!!
    had to modify (Posted on 12/2/2012)
    Review by s0uthernsting2@gmail.com
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    masking tape loose on tape spool. After paper role adjustment to clear frame leg, had to modify tape spool and adjust with spacers and washers to align properly on paper where tape would not hit stool leg JOHN
    Perfect hobbyist tool (Posted on 1/9/2010)
    Review by JR
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    I'm in the process of my first attempt at painting a car. When you're on a budget, spending money on a masking machine goes far down the list. However, this was such a great value I couldn't pass up the productivity gain. Body work is hard enough and I didn't want to mess around with paper and tape too. It's perfect for the hobbyist.

    Pros:
    - excellent price to quality
    - easy to use
    - saves a ton of fumbling around with tape and paper

    Cons:
    - setup instructions are weak for an amateur, a couple of pictures with paper and tape in it would have saved me some time. (I had to go to a CarCraft article to see a picture with paper in it)
    - putting it together took more time than I wanted. (trick, put it all together loose first. I got really stuck on loading the paper onto the rod. Not intuitive what the springs and clamps do. The good news is it's very forgiving so just go for it based on the pictures.)

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