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December 3, 2008

Painter's Pyramids

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From the website:

    Painter's Pyramid™

    Elevating a project on a board with nails or screws driven into it is an old finisher's trick that gives access to multiple surfaces at once.

    These simple supports do the same thing and are quick to set up, non-marking, and compact to store.

    Molded from a solvent-resistant polymer, they will not react with finishes or wood.

    The tip presents a small contact surface to prevent blemishing the finish, and is rounded to minimize denting all but the softest material.

    Each support is 2 inches high and has a load rating of 200 pounds.

    They nest together neatly for storage.

    A real time saver.

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10 for $6.50.

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These would have saved me days of work a year ago... Dammit.

Posted by: Jen | Dec 4, 2008 7:47:26 AM

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