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These days everyone wants a walk-in closet, but consider this: shallow closets mean items you need are within arm’s reach rather than lost at the back of a sloppy disorganized space. You might be able to replace a hanging rod with a stack of shelves for folded items or raise one rod and add another at hip height for double the hanging space.

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Why use primer? In a nutshell: to give the paint a smooth consistent surface to adhere to. To avoid uneven blotches, lumpy brush marks, and early flaking.

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Save yourself a lot of water and frustration and, after scraping out as much excess paint as possible, clean your brushes with a mixture of ½ cup of fabric softener for every gallon of warm water. Fabric softener is a surfactant which actually makes water wetter. Swish around for a few seconds, and the paint will release cleanly from your brushes and sink to the bottom of your bucket.

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Taping before painting is essential to achieving clean lines. To prevent paint from bleeding underneath your tape, heat seal just the edge along the wall. Better prep means fewer touch-ups later.

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