For painting and lining (pinstriping) with paint, there simply isn't a better method or tool than the Beugler Striper. Used for almost a century, the Beugler tool makes accurate lines consistently, without gravity or pressure, eliminating the need for tape. The unique serrated wheel and wheel head design are the secret to the striper's success. Ideal for any art project, the Beugler Striper is a professional tool used by auto, truck and motorcycle painters around the world. Artists embrace the tool for its ease of applying borders, plaids, outlines and straight or curved, even tapered paint strokes, making it an essential tool in every artist's toolbox.
Beugler's magnetic guide securely holds to any steel surface, allowing the striper's guide arm to slide smoothly along its recessed groove for long, accurate, straight, or arced lines. To ensure customer satisfaction, Beugler also offers a 40 minute video tape or DVD with instructions, tips and demonstrations.
The Beugler Striper works well with any "creamy" consistency paint. You can stripe at any angle, as the tool is not gravity fed. No pressure, no tape, no brushes. Just uniform lines. And clean up is quick and simple.
Both Professional and Deluxe Kits are of the same quality and include - three guides, clean up brush, 2/3 oz. paint barrel (which stripes 250 to 1750 feet, depending on stripe size) and complete instructions. Length 4-1/4". O.D. 3/4".
Deluxe kit includes 3/64", 3/32", and 1/8" striping heads.
Professional kit includes 1/64", 1/32", 3/64", 1/16", 3/32", 7/64" and 1/8" striping heads.
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