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Old 09-10-2011, 10:26 AM   #61
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Yep.
On interiors a wand does fine. Except for bathrooms, closets, pantrys, laundry rooms, and kitchens. But other then that, they work great
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As far as getting cheap interior paint off carpet, it usually comes off like a charm. all this coming down on the guy for getting a little misted over spray on the carpet is too much, when they pay so little to get these units painted anyway. the painter just does not have the time if he is going to make a living doing these.you just have to learn how to cover the bases and let the cleaners do the rest. a little mist will come up fine after a little water is on it.
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As far as getting cheap interior paint off carpet, it usually comes off like a charm. all this coming down on the guy for getting a little misted over spray on the carpet is too much, when they pay so little to get these units painted anyway. the painter just does not have the time if he is going to make a living doing these.you just have to learn how to cover the bases and let the cleaners do the rest. a little mist will come up fine after a little water is on it.
I've done apt. make ready's in the past and this is spot on.
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Thanks to all those with experience painting these types of units for chiming in.

On a side note I just bid on a new complex with much nicer, darker carpet and wood floors. I'm gonna have to mask and drop every inch of floor. The quote was double what my other 3 pay and the super said I was right in line with the other bid. If I get it I'll post another vid so we can discuss spray technique instead of the carpet
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On a side note I just bid on a new complex with much nicer, darker carpet and wood floors. I'm gonna have to mask and drop every inch of floor. The quote was double what my other 3 pay and the super said I was right in line with the other bid. If I get it I'll post another vid so we can discuss spray technique instead of the carpet
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I was looking for red rosen paper last month and couldn't find any...I've never used the stuff before and decided to try it out and the people at Home Depot [whole crew} had no idea what I was talking about..I also tried a few other stores and came up empty...I'm in Canada btw..
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SW used to carry it, but they didn't have it the last time I tried. They had some pretty thick brown paper though. That will work for you.
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I use white paper for floors because I know of some painters who had the red paper stain floors when it got wet.
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Why I suggested tar paper. If you could find a paper similar to the heavy felt paper then I would use it instead.
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Anyone try drop cloths?
I think they are reusable!
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Anyone try drop cloths?
I think they are reusable!
I think what they are suggesting would eliminate the need to tape thereby being faster than masking and dropping. Drops will fly up from the sprayer blowback.

That would get pricey though and being a OMS that gets slow in the winter I can't always spend money to save time. (though I do trash roller covers)
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Anyone try drop cloths?
I think they are reusable!
There u go thinking out of the box again.
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On interiors a wand does fine. Except for bathrooms, closets, pantrys, laundry rooms, and kitchens. But other then that, they work great
On NC I never take it off, if anything I hook more together!
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