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    Hey Laidies and Gents!

    I work for a very small theatre with very limited space. My paint shop is a small corner of the backstage area. One thing I have always struggled with is a good way of drying my rollers without standing them upright on the edge of my sink. I’m hoping someone might have a brilliant solution that I have yet to think of.

    Any and all suggestions would be appreciated.

    Paige

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     Tammy
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    Some places I have painted we have had dowel rods at roughly a 45-degree angle to slip the roller covers on so they can dry.

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    [IMG]https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20181027/edb04f1c8cc9ab14f02f108fb25c73ea.jpg[/IMG]

    Hopefully you can see this well enough. Let me know if you want a close up. The carpenters built me a drying rack and I screwed it to the wall.

    Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

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