Painting the new shop

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Fri, Dec 28, 2007, 9:49pm (EST+5) (Phisherman) doth sayeth: White, but not a brilliant white. Your shop will not be seen by Martha and most of the walls will be covered up anyway. Durable baseboards with enamel paint is a very good idea too.
Oh yes, brilliant white. BECAUSE most of the walls will be covered up anyway. You want as much white to shine thru as possible. It'll dimm up enough with dust as times goes by anyway. Latex, not enamel. And paint the floor and ceiling too.
And, if you really want a spiffy shop, paint all your tools yellow. Makes it cheery (proven medical fact), and people tend not to borrow painted tools. Bright yellow.
JOAT If you can read this you're in range.

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