Paint Piranha Gobbles Up Business

Deal or Dud
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Last July, we rated the Paint Piranha a Deal. It was a “crazy easy” way to clean a paint brush.

The Piranha has a set of “teeth” that meshes like the jaws of a Piranha or a shark.  It, simply, pulls the paint off the brush. It’s uncanny how easy it works.  It even works on brushes that have been left out overnight.

Richard Junkin is the inventor of the Paint Piranha.  The next few weeks are very important for Junkin.

Currently, he has 46,000 Paint Piranhas.  The local inventor has been in talks with Lowes, Home Depot, and Sherman Williams.

We thought we would update the story and keep you updated on the local inventor’s progress. It’s an exciting time for Junkin who loves the excitement.

“I’ll tell you … I’ve been doing it a long time. It takes a lot to get me excited now because I had the electricity so many times.  When you get news like that it brings the electricity back a little bit.”

For Junkin, the electricity he is referring to is the excitement that his creative energy has creative in the form of the Paint Piranha.

We will keep you posted on Junkin’s progress.   There are two sizes of the Paint Piranha.  One is big enough for large brushes used to paint houses, and the smaller is designed for artist.

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