That's right, just a few drops will take away that yucky paint smell.
Wrap tinfoil around your paint tray before adding paint. Once you're done, you can remove it, crumple it up, and toss it directly into the trash can.
Take your Swiffer from the floor to the wall to clean up dirt and other debris prior to painting.
A good soak will leave your brush feeling soft, new and freshly scented.
Before you toss that old, crusty brush, give it a good soak in vinegar. It will be as good as new again.
Prepping your roller with warm water will help paint stick to the roller and wall better.
Avoid painting screws and other hardware by swiping Vaseline on them first.
An angled brush and painter's tape is all you need to avoid accidentally painting an adjoining wall.
Clean up extra drips by scraping and sanding them right up.
A paint guard helps avoid having to put painter's tape above and below your baseboards.
Extra fuzzies on the roller can cause funny lines on your wall. De-fuzz the roller with tape for a smoother finish.
Spray painting in a box helps keep fumes away from you and the mess away from your garage floor.
For a $20 heat gun from Home Depot, you can remove paint off of your next DIY project.
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