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Hold small parts after spraying

By Sav. 23/Jul/2009

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One of the tricky things with spraying smaller parts is figuring out what to do with them after they're sprayed. Toothpicks and similar items are great for gluing onto parts like fuel tanks to act as handles while your spraying but where do you put it after your done?

I've found poly/pot scrubs to be great for this sort of thing. I place the flat scrubbing cloth on the bench and use it for a mat to place painted objects on. Because the surface of the mat is made up of many very fine metal fibers - they don't seem to cause any damage to the paint work of the item when it's placed on it.

You can safely leave the item on the pot scrub until it dries. 

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