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      The future of the JD Forum   07/31/18

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Power Drills Paint Mixer Bit : I know I will sound like a donkey. But, do I take the red plastic thingy from handle? It's stuck pretty hard on the steel rod. Being a woman that has never painted, leaves me at a disadvantage, but would love to try

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Leave the red part attached to the metal shaft. That is the part that goes into the product you're mixing. The other end of the metal shaft goes into the chuck of your power drill. If there is some type of plastic piece like the product photo shows remove that before attempting to insert the shaft into the chuck of your power drill.

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