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    i need to paint 3 car park lines, i have the spray paint, but how do you mask it up to paint the lines on the ground? need ideas

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    Last time I did it, I used a paint brush and string lines.

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    You can use cardboard. collect some boxes from Bunnings, open them up and lay them on the ground lined up with a string.
    If you have old floorboards you can use them to screen the ground.
    There are dedicated ground line marking trolleys but they go for over $100 unless you can find a second hand one on ebay or marketplace.
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    A couple of lengths of timber with some spreaders screwed to the top at intervals.

    Or if you are careful dont even need the spreaders, just lay the timber, spray, and move to next one.

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