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6 Super Simple Tips and Tricks for Painting at Home

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Commercials and other ads make painting at home look like this:

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 Or This:

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And This:

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But we all really know it can end up looking more like this:

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 Or This:

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 And Of Course This:

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If your past experiences looked anything like the last three images then we have life hacks you are going to love.

Paint-Can Drip Tip

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Spills and drips are bound to happen while you are painting. Reduce the mess by wrapping a rubber band around the paint can. Wipe the bottom of the brush against the band each time you dip to avoid spills on the floor.

Aluminum Foil Paint Protector

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The great thing about tinfoil is that it molds to whatever shape it is wrapped around.By wrapping foil around fixtures like doorknobs and other hardware you can paint around the item without worrying about dribble from excess paint running onto the protected item. (http://bit.ly/uD5azj)

Vaseline Protection

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Vaseline can be used to cover up things that you don’t want to get painted like hinges, key hole locks, and glass. (http://bit.ly/13JaLKd)

Paint-Pan Liner

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Lining the paint pan with aluminum foil is a great idea for many reasons. First and foremost it allows for a super easy clean up. If you are painting with multiple colors you can simply throw away the foil, place a new sheet, and you are good to go. It also allows you to dump unused paint back …read more

Via: Coldwell Banker Blog

  

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