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Tying A Belt Rag – A How To

The best solution to dirty pants is tying a belt rag to your painter’s pants. The Grand Illusion crew always wears a uniform of white, painter’s pants and a company t-shirt. Employees don’t use their uniform as a rag to wipe their hands, therefore, often we tie a quick cotton rag to a belt loop for easy wiping access. If you must laugh – go ahead. But remember, it’s the little things that show professionalism and discipline on a job site! Pierre Finkelstein of Grand Illusion Decorative Painting, Inc. shows you how.

HOW TO CREATE THIS FINISH

Use our step-by-step instruction below

MATERIALS NEEDED:

Here is a list of the tools & supplies you will need to achieve this technique.  Supplies available at fauxbrushes.com are linked below and listed at the bottom of the page.

  • Painters Pants
  • Rag

  • Blade

1

CUT YOUR RAG

STEP 1 – CUT YOUR RAG: Cut a hole in the middle of the top of the rag using a blade.

2

PUT RAG THROUGH BELT LOOP

STEP 2 – PUT RAG THROUGH BELT LOOP: Put the Rag through your belt loop while holding the cut out hole.

3

SECURE RAG IN BELT LOOP

STEP 3 – SECURE RAGE IN BELT LOOP: Loop the rag through the cut out hold to keep it in place.  Pull it tight!

COMPLETED

Voila! Now your crew can safely wipe off their hands while working.

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