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  • Bev P. 2 months ago
    Sling more paint on it ... sign your "Jackson Pollack" on it and hang it on wall. Make gjft wrap or bags from it. Rain poncho. BBQ apron ... personalized with painted name or slogan
  • c g. 2 months ago
    I'm still confused. Can clean plastic sheet "drop cloths" be recycled along with plastic bags at locations that accept plastic bags?
  • Kelly and Linda C. 10 months ago
    I use cheap clear shower curtains for many projects instead of throwing them out. When using them in the shower, they can be washed in the washer and re used. When replaced, I use the old one for crafts, painting, also planting flowers in an area I don't want to have to do much clean up. They are very useful. Such as when doing crafts with grapevine wreathes, if you have the shower curtain down on your work space, you don't have to worry about all the leaves and sticks that come off, also if the glue gun should get glue droppings. I find the painting plastic draping to be too thin and hard to even walk on as does not stay in place. Hope this can help someone with their projects.
  • Linda W. 10 months ago
    Joanna l. that's what I use, what else could you use an old shower curtain for? and they are a bit more heavy gauge than the disposable plastic drop cloth film
    • Kelly and Linda C. 10 months ago
      Hi Linda, I just saw your comment. See mine for help on uses for your shower curtain. I have a thick one and ones from the dollar store also. They all work great. Just throw in the washer if you need them cleaned, then just reuse for whatever you find the need to.
    • Bev P. 2 months ago
      That should be a baby shower gift ... get it ... shower curtain. I put one under my son's high chair ... plays time etc.
  • joanna l. 10 months ago
    I very seldom would paint, but I imagine that shower curtains can be used for any type of messy jobs like repotting plants or to cover a table for craft time.
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