The maker/designer behind some of the most popular brands of Krylon spray paint, is Jody. They’re not the biggest distributor, but they produce some amazing products.
The big selling point/advantage of Krylon product is that it’s the very best possible choice for a large variety of areas:
High quality, economical, cost effective application for most applications
Excellent water and solvent resistance (it won’t scratch your finish)
Good surface finish (I’ve had many cases of Krylon spray paint that has lost its shine due to rough surfaces)
They offer both wet and dry application for any surface that needs to be applied
Great price, great reliability, great customer service (I’ve been very pleased with them!)
What’s the process to making Krylon drywall stencils?
There are many steps one will need to follow when making some of the best Krylon drywall stencils. Some will be helpful for others, but none are a magic bullet – you can not follow all the steps and you should only follow one or two of them. I’ll help you with each particular section in this guide and explain the difference between them.
Before you begin, you will need a quality 3-inch plywood or 1 x 6 in. flat piece of lumber to create the stencil. Measure across the piece to create a 2.5 x 2.5 inch square, this will be the base of the stencil.
Using your 3-inch piece of lumber, cut the 3 x 2.5 inch pieces to the following dimensions:
Two pieces in the 6-inch (or smaller) width and two pieces in the 12-5/8″ (or larger) width.
Two 2 x 4.5 inch pieces in the same 2-1/2 x 2-1/2 inch size.
Two 4 x 6 inch pieces in the same 2-1/2 x 2-1/2 inch size.
Four 3 x 4 inch pieces in the same size.
One 6 x 8 piece in either the 4-1/2″ or 6-1/4″ width.
Two 8 x 12 pieces in either the 2-1/2″ or 6-9/16″ width.
Six pieces in these dimensions.
One last thing to consider is that each of these pieces will have to fit snugly into a 10 x 10 (
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