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The hole punch protection method

comments (0) December 6th, 2011 in Project Gallery
marissadmoore marissadmoore, member


Here is an easy way to spackle or paint small areas with very little clean up, while protecting surrounding areas.

All you need is painters/masking tape and a hole punch.

Just rip a small piece of tape, punch the hole and place the tape over the area that needs to be touched up.


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