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  1. A paint sprayer is my fav. I always use it not only for small projects but also for the big ones.

  2. Awesome Painting Tools Christene. thanks for sharing. Really helpful post.

  3. Hi Christene,

    I paint professionally and while snooping around on the web to see what people are talking about when it comes to painting and I came across your blog.

    You’re right, painting can certainly be one of those mindless jobs you do and it really isn’t that hard when you know what you’re doing and have the patience for it. The only thing that’s difficult is the prep and clean up. Painting by itself is a breeze.

    You certainly hit the core points when it comes to the tools you need for the job, but have you considered recommending specific products? Like a Wooster Professional 2 & 1/2 inch Angled Sash brush?

    That would be helpful to most homeowners looking for quality products. Just thought I’d put it out there.

    Other than that, I thought it was a good post :).

  4. Hi! Thanks for the tutorial- want to take this project on next. Did you do more than one coat throughout, or just the one?

  5. Great collection of ideas! I really love the Christmas lights. I think that’s just what my back patio needs

  6. Great blog post on home improvement! Your suggestions for, tiling, and flooring are practical and cost-effective. I also agree that upgrading appliances and fixtures for energy efficiency is important, and adding personal touches like decor can make a big difference. Thanks for sharing these tips and ideas!

    Best regards,
    Norman knights

  7. thank you so much for this perfect article i like it ..

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