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Mixing stick

A mixing stick is a simple but essential tool that can help you achieve a uniform mixture of paint and varnish before you start painting.

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Mixing Stick Plastic 25 Cm
171 In stock

Norton 72000-92

Mixing Stick Plastic 25 Cm

1 PCS

€0,46

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70-650 Mixing Stick Plastic S-Shaped 20 Cm
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Q-Refinish 70-650-2520

70-650 Mixing Stick Plastic S-Shaped 20 Cm

1 BOX(250 PCS)

€39,39

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S-Shaped Stir Stick 20 Cm
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Mirka 9190169020

S-Shaped Stir Stick 20 Cm

1 BOX(500 PCS)

€63,83

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S-Shaped Mixing Stick 30 Cm
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Mirka 9190169030

S-Shaped Mixing Stick 30 Cm

1 BOX(300 PCS)

€52,80

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Mixing Stick With Slit Wood 55 Cm
202 In stock

Teknos 8940-4

Mixing Stick With Slit Wood 55 Cm

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€1,03

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Mixing stirring sticks for car paint, wall paint, and wood protection

Stirring sticks or mixing sticks are simple but essential piece of tool that helps you achieve a uniform mixture of different materials. Stirring sticks are designed to ensure that the paint or similar is mixed thoroughly before use. There can be a difference in the size of the container and the material that the stir stick is made of and what suits your particular project.

Therefore it is important to mix your paint

It is important to remember to stir your paint before you use it because it ensures that the color and consistency of the paint are even and consistent. When the paint has not been used for a certain period of time, the pigments in the paint can "sink" to the bottom of the container, leaving the top layer with a different shade and texture than the bottom. Stirring the paint thoroughly before use will mix the paint pigments and ensure that the paint is uniform throughout, which first of all gives a better application, but also a nice uniform finish.

Achieve consistency and uniformity

If you are using several cans of the same color paint, it may be a good idea to mix them together in a larger container to ensure they are the same consistency and color. Because even if the paint is of the same brand and color, there can be small variations between them that can result in a noticeable difference in the finished product.