Painting was an art form in the 80s.
And if you were lucky enough to have access to the right tools, you could create some stunningly original art.
Here are some of the best tools that you could buy at your local hardware store.1.
Painting paper towel and masking tape (I know, I know, we’re all guilty of this.
I mean, how can you not use masking tapes?)2.
Paintbrush, paintbrush and a small brush for painting a wall article Paintbrush and paintbrush are probably the most basic tools you’ll ever need for painting.
The brush is a good choice for beginners, and the paintbrush will give you a lot of creative freedom when you start using it.
The paintbrush is a great choice for kids who aren’t into painting, because it’s portable and they can use it on anything they want to.3.
Spray bottle and spray bottle for cleaning and maintenance (Yes, it really does work!)1.
Small spray bottle with a rubber hose, a plastic tube, a paper towel, and a masking cloth for cleaning purposes2.
Small paintbrush with paintbrush bristles, a paintbrush, a brush, a spray bottle and a sponge for painting purposes3.
Small brush with paint brush bristles and a paint brush for spraying purposes4.
Spray bottles, a bottle and an oil spray bottle5.
A plastic spray bottle, a small spray bottle to use on a piece of paper, and an applicator for applying paint to objects6.
Small plastic spray container and an adhesive pad for cleaning7.
Small acrylic paint brush8.
A small plastic paintbrush9.
A spray bottle10.
A water bottle11.
A paper towel13.
A masking rag14.
A tape dispenser17.
A pad dispenser18.
A brush dispenser19.
A marker dispenser20.
A paint dispenser21.
A cleaning cloth22.
A disposable paint brush24.
A nail polish remover25.
A glue gun26.
A pencil eraser27.
A piece of tape28.
A painter’s tape30.
A cloth or rag31.
A pair of scissors35.
A pressure cooker37.
A hair dryer38.
A large pot of boiling water39.
A hose with a small diameter (a couple of feet)40.
A pipe for connecting your hose to your equipment.41.
A can opener42.
A hammer for smashing into objects43.
A tool that you can use to break into things.4.
Small scissors (optional) (also recommended for kids)1.
A sharp knife2.
Tape (optional, but good for your safety)1, 2.
A roll of bubble wrap5.
An old towel6.
A little masking powder7.
A squirt bottle (to get your paint off the walls)8.
An air compressor (to make sure you don’t mix paint with air)9.
Small glass bottle or a plastic bottle10, 11.
A glass jar (optional for children)12.
Plastic bottle or plastic bottle, or glass jar for children13.
Small paper clip14.
Some spray bottle or spray bottle15.
Some paper towel16, 17.
A rubber spatula or some other tool for pouring paint (optional but good to use)18.
Some paint brush (optional and good for children’s art)20.
An paintbrush sponge or spray nozzle21.
Some water spray bottle (optional as well)22.
Some tape dispensers or some paper towel dispensers23.
Some brush brushes (optional if you want to use tape)24.
Some nail polish wipes26.
Some air compressor spray bottle28.
Some glass jar or paper towel jar (for kids)29.
Some cleaning cloth30.
Some glue gun31.
Some apron liner32.
Some painter’s masking mask or a mask mask3.
Some brushes for sanding nails and other surface repairs (optional.
you’ll need to have some time to make sure it fits your tools)4.
Some sharpie (for painting in a rough or rough surface)5.
Some marker pens or markers (optional when painting on a wall)6.
Some duct tape7.
Some wax paper8.
Some rubber band (for applying paint)9