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Use Plastic Wrap to Help Paint Tricky Places — Family Handyman

We've been talking about color a great deal over recent weeks and we all know it's one of the most inexpensive ways to make a big impact in a space. That said, it's not always the easiest. Have you ever tried painting behind a toilet?
  • Allison Mero

    PAINT TIP: Use a self stick paint shield. Glad Press'n Seal plastic wrap goes on fast and stays right where you put it. Paint can seep under the edges, though, so it's no substitute for masking tape in spots where you need a sharp edge.

  • Clair

    Cool painting ideas! Press and seal wrap instead of taping everything. Brilliant! There are lots more great painting tips on this site as well!

  • Lindsay Furse

    Press and seal wrap instead of taping everything - This is LIFE changing!

  • Tammy Matejka

    Press and seal wrap instead of taping everything. Smart! But, I wonder what the final cost would be compare to painter's tape.

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