Red Devil, Inc.

Red Devil, Inc. manufactures tools and chemical products for the professional and home maintenance and improvement industry. It offers a wide range of putty knives, wall scrapers, and taping knives, as well as a full line of paint and sundries tools and accessories. The company also manufactures a full line of caulks, sealants, and adhesives, polyurethane expanding foam, patch and repair products, tile products, glazing compounds, and cleaning and maintenance products.

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