Getting Started

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With help from the Head of New Product Development at Boise State University, Steve Hatten, Kip was able to get his product off the ground. Steve and his team at BSU created the original prototype of the MixKwik Spray Paint Shaker for Kip. 

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About the Inventor

Kip Blair

Kip Blair invented the MixKwik Spray Paint Shaker in his hometown of Victor, Idaho in 2008. He came up with the idea while mixing paint for a job one day. Since then, his product, along with the MixKwik Mix Tube, has gained global attention. 

Applications

Aerosol Spray Art Community

The blend in spray paint for an artist is critical. The MixKwik will mix a spray paint can in a matter of seconds. For artists who spend their days with their arms raised, saving this time and energy can make a great difference!

Polyurethane Foam

If you’ve ever done construction, put in a new window, laid carpet, or upholstered furniture, you’ve probably used polyurethane foam – and you know how hard those cans are to shake. Save yourself some time and energy by using the MixKwik to shake and mix polyurethane foam.

Tattoo Artists

Tattoo ink needs mixed too. Tattoo artists use the MixKwik Mix Tube to shake small ink bottles. Shake multiple colors at a time and save time when you have a customer.