During a windy afternoon when I was trying to get some spray painting done, I had one of those “A HA!” moments. When the lightbulb went off, I just knew that I had to share it with you guys.
In an effort to spray paint in the garage (thus avoiding the wind) but not cover the entire floor with paint, I laid down a few drop cloths. My back was kind of aching from painting the kids bathroom, so I set up two sawhorses and put a sheet of plywood on the top of them
Y’all. Y’ALL! Spray painting is SO MUCH easier if you aren’t crouched over on the ground trying to get into the nook and crannies of your piece. When you bring your pieces up to about waist level, it’s just easier to spray them since you have a better vantage point.
Perhaps this is an “Um, Duh!” moment to you instead of an “A HA!” one, but I thought it was worth sharing. For me, it’s the ultimate spray paint tip.
Want to see the final birdhouse project? Click here for the post or check out the video tutorial:
What’s your favorite spray painting tip? Share with me in the comments!