Trick To Cleaning Out Tight Corners Before Painting Furniture

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One little hassle that I run into a lot when painting furniture is trying to clean out the tiny little dust bunnies or chipped paint pieces that like to hide and get trapped in the tight corners of drawer fronts and other areas like that where wood trim is joined together.

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One little hassle that I run into a lot when painting furniture is trying to clean out the tiny little dust bunnies or chipped paint pieces that like to hide and get trapped in the tight corners of drawer fronts and other areas like that where wood trim is joined together. It’s a real pain to get those tight little corners cleaned out so that you can paint over them.

 If you have experience painting furniture, you know, that if you don’t clean those tight little areas out, and you just paint over the little dust bunnies in the corner, it won’t take long before the little dust ball starts to find its way out and then you have a blemish in your perfect paint job.

Here is what I use to clean out those little corners:

These BBQ skewer sticks are perfect for getting those little corners cleaned out. You can pick them up at pretty much any grocery store or hardware store for just a couple bucks.

They are also great for mixing small containers of sample paint, cleaning out paint sprayers and lots of other little tasks in my paint area. It’s definitely one of those items that every painting area needs to have stocked.

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