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Use White Out for Tiny Painting Jobs

Need to do a small touch up job on something white but don't have the white paint or don't want to open that big can? For a small, very small touch up job needing white, use White Out. It works great. I picked up a white stand at a garage sale with a couple of nicks and I covered them with White Out and it looks like new.

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By Judy (Guest Post)
March 20, 20080 found this helpful

A furniture repairman told me about this years ago. I bought a formica set for my daughter, which had some chips on it. I covered it with the white out, and it looked great. It has also lasted 12 years!

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