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Old 02-25-2011, 03:48 PM
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Re: Wet Panel Transporter

For those who aren't DIY-inclined, something very similar: http://www.panelpak.com/
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Re: Wet Panel Transporter

This is exactly what I am looking for! Somebody else asked this above, but do the edges of the painting not touch the lips of the frame and the wet painting not get messed up?
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Re: Wet Panel Transporter

I just posted this to my Plein air board on Pinterest. Thanks for the idea, Wayne, this is just what I need.

And Srishti, I'm thinking it should be ok as long as the rabbet isn't too wide; if it is you could cut it back to match the rabbet of how you'd frame it.
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