When you're doing some painting and know you'll be returning multiple times there's an easy way to just make one cleanup of your roller and brush. Place your paint covered roller and or brush into a plastic bag like you'd use at the grocery store. The handle will stick out but that's OK. Just seal it off with a rubber band or tape. The next time you go to use it it will still be fresh and not dried out. If it will be several days before you use it again I wouldn't recommend it but one night or so is fine.
Well, here's the first of our Wednesday "Hacks and Hints"
Remember our background, it's construction. We built homes for 25 years.
We hope these tips will be useful to any homeowner or do-it-yourselfer that has projects from time to time.
We have a pretty broad experience base so we hope to cover lots of topics.
Ok first one, and boy it's simple but most people don't know the trick:
Today we introduce our blog. We hope to give readers an introduction to our background which was residential and light commercial construction for the past 25 years. That's where our work light was born. We simply needed a good and reasonably priced way to light up a work area. We feel our light does the job.