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Actually those wires holding the doors were once coat hangars. I cut the metal to length, then sharpened one end on a grinding wheel. Using a makeshift form, I bent all the hangars the same permitting the sharpened end to lodge in the crack between the door frame and the raised panel insert.
This way I could stain and spray the finish coats without having to handle the doors, or do them in stages (you know - do one side, wait for it to dry then flip it and do the other side). This was a great time saver and kept the doors vertical which helped reduce dust particles from settling into the tacky finish.
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