Using Spot Drops to Decorate a Kitchen

 

 
 
 
This was the last kitchen I completed before Christmas. I know I’m biased but I genuinely love a job where I can use my Spot Drops now. Even more so when the guy before has made a right mess around the lights 😬.
 
 
Using them makes light work of it all. You don’t have to remove the lights, just lower them slightly before the springs catch the board and put the Spot Drops in. Job done. No damage to the board or plaster and more importantly safe pinkys 😄.
 
 
Those spring clips are a right pain in the.. fingers.❗️
 
 
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Using Spot Drops to Decorate a Kitchen
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