For today’s Quick-Tip-Tuesday, I’ll share how I get EVERY angle when spray painting small objects such as removable furniture legs, knobs and handles.
Simply take a scrap piece of board (any size you can easily hold and maneuver with one hand while spraying with the other) and drill holes into it.
Leave enough “spraying-space” between each item you’re going to paint.
With these furniture legs, I screwed them into the board and then sprayed away flipping the board as needed to get an even spray on every angle. The same concept can be used with long screws and nails… hang the hardware like this method here.
If you’d like to see the owner of these legs… you can take a peek here.
Also, if you didn’t join us last week, pop on over to see last weeks Q-T-T.
Have a terrific Tuesday!
Brilliant! I love the idea of using a scrap piece of wood. I’ve used a styrofoam block in the past, but it is not really reusable. Thanks for the upgrade!
For single, larger, more intricate pieces I find that an old lazy susan works to turn the piece as I spray. Use that gummy blue stuff (that sticks posters on the wall with) to stick the wood scrap to the lazy susan and you are good to go.
That’s a brilliant idea Karen! 🙂