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Painter's Pyramid Stands, Yellow
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- This non-stick pyramids securely elevate your project of the work surface with minimal contact
- Allowing painted, stained or glued projects to be completed in one session with less mess and great results
- The new and improved lock and tab system allows pyramids to be easily secured to your work surface or each other
- The pyramids nest for easy storage can support objects weighting up to 200-pound and are solvent resistant
- This package contains ten pyramids
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This non-stick pyramids securely elevate your project of the work surface with minimal contact. Allowing painted, stained or glued projects to be completed in one session with less mess and great results. The new and improved lock and tab system allows pyramids to be easily secured to your work surface or each other. The pyramids nest for easy storage can support objects weighting up to 200-pound and are solvent resistant. Lightweight and compact perfect for jobsite use. Holes allow easy grip. Available in yellow color. This package contains ten pyramids. Pyramid measures 2-1/4-inch by 2-1/4-inch by 2-1/4-inch.
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my one complaint:
Why in the wold do they sell them in a pack of 10? You generally use 4 at a time, so I would expect 8 or 12 in a pack! I purchased 2 packs so I could have 5 sets of 4. Just one pack is almost worthless.
Pros. They are small, stack well for storage, and don't seem to mark my wood pieces. They often permit me to finish two sides of a piece, rather than taking the extra time (and, when spraying, extra spray gun cleaning). They generally stay in place for me without screws, but, if in doubt, I use a screw or two to set them. Even if both sides are not being finished at the same time (e.g., smaller pieces that would show the support spot), using them keeps the edges from the painting table.
Con. Only con I've found is that the plastic seems to accept General Finishes paint when spraying. The only concert is whether they could transfer a spot of paint to another piece of a different color.
This is my second purchase of these pyramids.
They do sometimes leave a very, very small mark on the first side but it is so small no one would ever notice it, however, it is the reason I do the back side of the doors first. I did fashion a frame that I nailed the pyramids to, think a capital letter i. Mostly because they are very lightweight and it keeps them upright and makes it much easier to flip the doors.
These work fine, but it makes no sense that you get 10 per package, as you need 4 per door or board for any type of stability. I ended up going to Home Depot to buy a second pack of them. They leave tiny marks so we were sure to paint the insides first and flip over to paint the front of the doors second.
They do the job.