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Old 07-25-2008, 11:54 AM   #16
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I'm scared to paint our front door! Advice for good results???

Falling off a ladder isn't nothing nice. This is why the professional spend good money on the nice hardcore ladders.

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I'm scared to paint our front door! Advice for good results???

We didn't get the $500 type, but bought a Werner Equalizer extension ladder, the best we could find. Feels much much safer than our original wimpy ladder, worth every penny!

I had to put off starting on the doors last Saturday.
Hope to be able to begin soon! Not quite so scared of the job after great information and encouragement here! Purdy brushes ready, supplies gathered...courage building.

Still going for the shed door first, then the basement...

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