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Lately I have been doing a lot of projects that involve spray painting. Mostly because it is easier to get paint into all of the small crevices when you spray it…and it dries so quickly that your projects get finished much faster.
The only problem is, I am not very good at using spray paint. I never seem to be able to get it to go on evenly. And the surfaces never seem to be as smooth as I would like them.
So I have learned the hard way (by experience) that there are some things to do (and some things not to do) if you want your spray painted projects to turn out. I’m sure that some spray-painting gurus will disagree with some of these…but this is what has worked for me. And I thought I would share what I have learned in case it helps anyone else.
Continue reading to see my 10 tips for successful spray painting.