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  • Elizabeth Delacare

    This site has a TON of painting tips! Must go to this site before painting anything. | I've done the hair dryer trick on painters' tape before. Works really well!

  • Sarah Brunner

    Soften adhesive with heat If masking tape tears as you remove it or pulls off flakes of finish, heat it with a hair dryer. Heat softens the adhesive. Then pull the tape off at a 90-degree angle. This site has a TON of painting tips! Must go to this site before painting anything.~in fact the site has tons of diy handyman tips PERIOD!~

  • Ruth Bone'

    clever household tips - remove masking tape with hair dryer

  • Rae Rae

    Good painting tips. I love the hairdryer to remove sticking masking tape, the coat hanger across the top of the can and the pimple pads for cleaning up latex drips!

  • Chicken Bones

    This site has a TON of painting tips! Must go to this site before painting anything. Some GREAT tips here that I haven't thought of before.

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Coat hanger catches excess paint Cut the bottom section from a stiff wire coat hanger and bend it so each end straddles the rim to fit inside a paint can. Let the wire overlap the sides and tape it to the can to keep it steady when you rub off the excess paint. When the job's finished, remove the wire and wipe it clean to be ready for next time.

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