House Painting Hack. A Back Breaker.

DANGER, you can break a leg on a ladder. How to keep ladders from slipping on hardwood or tile floors.

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I started The Idaho Painter YouTube channel as a way to help out others who were trying to paint themselves. I have a passion for painting and helping other people to fall in love with painting. My primary focus is to educate, empower, and equip painters word wide. Hope you enjoy our channel.

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9 Comments

  1. You forgot to tell them always have rubber non slip boots on the ends of your ladders if you lean your ladder against the walls ! Almost seen more people get hurt bad because the ladder slid sideways and fast !

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