…and use it as a paint roller that drips back into the bucket. This is probably only useful if you buy paint in 5-gallon buckets; I had to do this a bunch when I was running a photo studio, and this would have saved me time and mess—if it works well. It would depend on how strong the connection to the bucket was, and how much that thing flexes.
Product photography overreach: I see zero improved utility in the following application.
And apparently the connection is watertight, if you need to bail. (Though frankly, as with the rocks above, I'm not sure this is a huge improvement over just using the bare bucket.)
I think the dustpan application's the strongest.
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