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Old 06-18-2015, 11:48 AM
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Arrow Found a great paper stretcher from the UK

Hello Everyone

I found a great paper stretcher from the UK. It was worth the shipping costs to the US.

http://www.redcollie.co.uk/products

this is so simple to use, no nuts , bolts the paper gets a nice looking edge.

Also , I have arthritis in my hands and this was very easy to use.

Lightweight and I think one could get a larger sized one and attach it to a tripod.

Customer Service was great , he made me one to match US paper sizes. I will now order a larger one

i love these little icon guys!
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Re: Found a great paper stretcher from the UK

Yes I have one of these and really like it. The price is very reasonable and they are easy to use and lightweight too. I also love the Ken Bromley paper stretcher, but they are much more expensive. I like the thinking behind this redcollie one...just a simple but effective idea.
Enjoy painting with it.
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