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PAINT AND ACCESSORIES RustoleumR Marking Paint


• Available in 13 vivid colors for temporary markings on grass, gravel, concrete or asphalt


• Twelve 17 ounce cans per case Spray Paint Marking Wand


• Accurate. Easy to load and shoot. Compatible with any brand of marking paint. • Inverted 35” long wand. Use to mark hazards and ground under repair.


White


Alert Orange Safety Green Caution Blue


Fluorescent Pink


Fluorescent Orange Fluorescent Green


Caution Yellow Safety Purple


12) 17oz cans per case SG55001


High Visibility Yellow SG55002 Safety Red


SG55003 SG55004 SG55005 SG55006 SG55007 SG55008 SG55009


Fluorescent Red/Orange SG55010 Black


SG55011 SG55012 SG55013 $62.00


Turf Marking Paint


• Waterbased formula means less harmful to all types of turf grass • Easily applies brighter and more visible color where you want it • Sold in case of 12 cans PA12410 White Marking Paint (18 oz) PA12411 Red Marking Paint (17 oz) PA12412 Yellow Marking Paint (17 oz) PA12413 Blue Marking Paint (17 oz)


PA12414 Cover up Green Marking Paint (17 oz)


$59.00 $62.00 $62.00 $62.00 $62.00


PA12415 Fluorescent Orange Marking Paint (17 oz) $62.00 (Ground shipping only)


Turf Marking Paint Applicator Long Handle Applicator


• Easy application allows long, even, continuous markings • Lightweight


• Approx. 35” long PA12401


$30.00


Double Barrel Paint Applicator Paint bolder, more noticeable lines around your hazards and out of bounds areas. PA12403


$110.00 SG55000 Marking Wand $32.00


SG55000


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www.easypicker.com 800.641.4653


email: salesdept@easypicker.com


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