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Pros and Cons of Painting A Cornhole Board

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Pros Vs Cons of Painting A Cornhole Board

Every DIY project has its share of pros and cons. Whether the pros outweigh the cons or otherwise should be the decisive factor and must influence your choice. Personal preference, the eventual objective and certain compulsions do come in the way but you need to be pragmatic while assessing the pros vs. cons of painting your cornhole board.


Pros of Painting your Cornhole Board
• The biggest advantage is the cost. When you paint your own cornhole board, you buy the paint and arrange the painting kit or the tools to get started. You don’t pay any labor charges, you don’t have to hire an expert or pay a company the cost of a readymade painted cornhole board that will always cost more.
• The second advantage is personalization or customization. When you opt for painted cornhole boards, you are at the disposal of what you have available. The manufacturers, stores and what they have in stock will determine if you can have the board that you want. When you take the DIY route and paint the board yourself, you have the complete freedom to design absolutely anything.
• You can hire an expert to offer a customized result but that would cost you more. It is fair to infer that those who offer customized solutions will often charge a premium price. If you want personalization and if you want to save money, you should opt for painting your cornhole board yourself.
• The DIY project would be a great learning experience. You can hone your painting skill, it can be a nice time to spend with friends or kids, the project would be a nice pastime and the end result would be satiating. You would feel good about the effort put in.


Cons of Painting your Cornhole Board
• The biggest challenge is the task at hand. If you are not deft enough, then the project can be painstaking, complicated and you may not get the result you want. It is quite possible that you would have to do and redo the paint job, spending more money and time in the process.
• You may end up damaging the cornhole board if you use poor quality paint, a wrong technique or if you are just careless at the job. In an attempt to save money, you may lose money.
• There are companies that make enticingly personalized cornhole board so a DIY approach is not the only reasonable way to get a customized product.
• The project may require more time and effort than you initially anticipate. You cannot quit midway so commit once you are fully sure.


The Decision is Yours
No one is a better judge than you in such cases. Every pro has a con so decide depending on your skills.


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