Wish me luck

ABC

New member
... in the D.I.Y. market.

www.thebreezebrush.com

I have only a few more restos to complete before shoulder surgery
I'll be marketing this and recovering from a biceps / R. Cuff surgery over the Winter.
Legal stuff is taken care of and on paper. I can't clean or restore directly after the surgery.
I can't play my guitar, I can't crash, err, fly my rc planes.

But, I am pretty sure I can put these together and ship them.

Wish me luck.
 

ABC

New member
That's pretty cool. Did u come up with that yourself?

Thx Anthony.

There are 2 pad versions with very very bad reviews. Due to the pads disintegrating after one use and the poles collapesing.
They can compete with each other all they want.



However, there is an HVLP version that is a brush version and very successful. Hats off to that inventor.

To date, I am the only one who has a pumpup brush version with a Pat-pending and Trademark app.

It should last the homeowner a lifetime.
Plus with all the R&D I am doing in this market, there seems to be a need for a good solid homeowners peice of equipment.
 

ABC

New member
Great way to remarket a product.

Patents are a very strange process, yet a car is a car, no matter the mfg.

I just have to figure out how to incorporate a cup holder and an ashtray into the framework.:moil:
 

ABC

New member
Congratulations Adrian!

I hope you sell a million of them.

I do too, brother, then we can use your truck for PU&D and have our own cartage company as well. LOL.

Let's see who can run the most companies and not vaporize.:eek:uttahere:
 

ABC

New member
I made something similar, it shot foam attached to a magnetic scraper..I was proud of it, till I used it for a week.

I have been using this for almost 6 months before I really mentioned the product to anyone. It seems to be holding up well.
The functionality was great, but, it looks much different now than in the video.

There seems to be a revamp process in the mfg side of things constantly.
Maybe, scratch your head a bit more and back to the drawing board to improve your design a bit.
I'm sure it's a great product nonetheless.


A painting company has a "caged brush" version on HVLP for verticals and they seem to be very happy with it.
However, they have not quit perfected the "look out below" factor.
I am sure they will overcome it.
 

ABC

New member
Besides maybe cost and one being used for the deckster..Whats the difference between your brush and this one that I had about 6-7 yrs ago??
http://sunbrite.stores.yahoo.net/hurricane-brush-assembly.html



Great question.
Plus you nailed the answers already.
However, I am not targeting contractors as a primary demographic.
I am targeting the home owner interested in D.I.Y.

This is a market that has only been tapped with inferior products.
Believe me I have been doing the research. I have a better product.

Cost, obviously is the biggest determining factor for the D.I.Y.

Another difference is that it is a manual pump creating the pressure needed for flow.
Plus the manifold and plumbing designs geared for a non motorized unit.

I feel a contractor is more apt to purchase a motorized HVLP system to increase his or her profitability.

Same mindset for the H.O. in that The Breeze™ Brush will simply speed up their project without using a hand brush or roller. Plus it will last alot longer if cared for as instructed.
 

Clean County PW

Active member
Hey Adrian that makes alot of sense. Thats what I couldn't figure out if a contractor was to use it why would they want a pump up to it when they can get one that works with a motorized set-up. But then again for a Contractor starting out or one who wants to minimize there spending then this could be a wise purchase for them since the cost factor isn't as high.

Cool product.
 

Ron Musgraves

Exterior Restoration Specialist
Staff member
... in the D.I.Y. market.

www.thebreezebrush.com

I have only a few more restos to complete before shoulder surgery
I'll be marketing this and recovering from a biceps / R. Cuff surgery over the Winter.
Legal stuff is taken care of and on paper. I can't clean or restore directly after the surgery.
I can't play my guitar, I can't crash, err, fly my rc planes.

But, I am pretty sure I can put these together and ship them.

Wish me luck.


Should do a Promo for a FREE one!!!
 

RandyB

New member
Hey Adrian good luck with the brush. And better luck with the shoulder. I've had both shoulders done. Turned out great for me. Hope yours do well also.
 
Hey Adrian, I hope your surgery goes as well as mine did. i am three weeks post op. I have very little pain other than when I go to P/T.
I never had a morphine pump, only percocet and ibuprofen. A week after surgery I stopped taking the percocet due to nausea and nightmares. The ibuprofen worked good enough during the day and ibuprofen pm at night to help me sleep. Now I just take ibuprofen as needed.
I asked my physical therapist way some people have more pain than other people, she said different injuries, different pain tolerance and different doctors. She said some doctors are like a bull in a china shop and cause more trauma than the initial injury.
Best of luck and a speedy recovery.
Merry Christmas
 
Pretty cool. If I was to make one I would not use that brush stiffness though. I would work with wooster to get one of their varnish/stain brushes for oil applications and one for latex. I say latex because you know home owners are not going to want to apply oil based products.

Reminds me of a power roller in a way.
 
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