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Remember the last time you painted a project and halfway through realized you couldn’t get at the backside?

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Remember the last time you painted a project and halfway through realized you couldn’t get at the backside? Just cut a 10-in. or larger diameter circle from a scrap of plywood or MDF and drive nails on a 1-in. grid pattern through the bottom as shown. Next, buy a lazy Susan base at a hardware store or home center. Screw the base to the disc and you’re ready to paint any side with ease.

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