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I'm working on a project painting a kitchen, including the cabinets. I expect to spray the doors Friday in the customer's garage. I've got the plastic and paper for masking off a paint booth inside the garage. Now I'm trying to figure out a good system for arranging and supporting 36 doors and 9 drawers. Please post your best practices or links.

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Screw eyes with cable stretched between them and all of the dry cleaner's hangers that you can butcher is what my dad always used.
 

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For the doors, feed a wire or cable thru the pull holes (after 1st removing). And for the drawers, place them on 5 gal buckets for spraying out them out and this elevates them for all-around access. Which should work since you only have 9 you say. One detailed explanation found at http://www.referwork.com/projects/how_paint_kitchen_cabinets.htm

Hopefully the garage you are using, if you haven't done yet is heated and not detached.
 

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Thanks for these ideas too.

Yea, heated by the Texas sun :). We actually had a cold front come in on the second day of the job, the temp dropped to 80 deg F.
 
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