You’ll wonder how you managed without these ingenious little things.
Complete your project quickly by elevating your piece with minimal contact. When using painting pyramids you can paint one side and then turn it over and paint the other side without waiting for the full dry time. They can also be locked together for holding longer thin pieces.
Each pyramid has a tab that you can use to secure them if the weight of the item is insufficient to hold them in place. This is great if you’re painting with a brush or roller (although not always needed) – rarely needed if spraying.
We provide these in packs of 12 so you can work on 3 pieces at a time.
Directions: Place your piece on the pyramids (generally one in each corner), paint the top (NOT the edges yet). Then holding the unpainted edges, turn the piece over and paint the other side and edges.
Note: Although the tip is rounded, it may leave a slight mark where it contacts with the surface, depending on how long you waited before turning the piece over, the weight of the piece and how soft the wood is. But for anything other than final coats you will easily take care of that with the next coat.