Special rack makes it easy to paint and dry doors

  • By Mary Beth Breckenridge, Akron Beacon Journal
  • Friday, January 24, 2014 1:16pm
  • Life

The Door Rack Painter is a rack system that lets you paint both sides of a door at one time and store multiple doors for drying.

The system comprises a spray rack designed to hold a door while it’s being spray painted, as well as a dry rack that can hold nine full-size doors or 18 cabinet doors. A pair of dry racks can be converted to hold baseboards and crown molding for drying or long boards for storage.

The company has videos showing how the system is used on its website, doorrackpainter.com.

The racks can be ordered from the website. The system of one spray rack and one dry rack costs $625. Individual dry racks and rods for converting racks into storage units are also available. Shipping is extra.

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