How To Paint Both Sides Of A Board

When painting, there are a lot of things to consider. You have to think about the colors you’re using, the order in which you’re applying them, and whether or not you’re going to paint the sides of the board.

In this blog post, we’ll talk about how to paint both sides of a board – a process that can get tricky but is worth it in the end!

How To Paint Both Sides Of A Board

There are 2 options to paint both sides of a board at the same time.

The first option is to lean your board up against something at an angle so that it is able to dry on both sides at the same time or can be painted on the outside face and then flipped over to paint the opposite side.

Another option is to take small squares of scrap wood and drill a screw through it having half of the screw sticking out of the other end. You can start by painting one side of your board then lay the wet side down onto your wooden squares and paint the other side. This device allows both sides to be exposed to air allowing them both to dry to help speed up your painting process.

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Kevin Nelson

I will always have a special place in my heart for woodworking. I have such fond memories working on projects with my parents on the weekends in the garage growing up. We built tables, shelves, a backyard shed, 10' base for a water slide into the pool, 2 story fort playhouse with a fire pole, and so much more. This woodworking blog allows me to write helpful articles so others can enjoy woodworking as much as we have.

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