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  • Cold Weather Safety for Painters

    Cold Weather Safety for Painters

    The cold has an insidious way of zapping a person’s will to work. On top of that, it can be hazardous for people in certain occupations, one of which is painting. The thing about painting is that like construction, the job already comes with certain precautions that you would need to take to stay safe.

  • Industrial Painting: How to Get In on Gigs

    Industrial Painting: How to Get In on Gigs

    Shifting your focus to industrial painting isn’t for everyone, but painters who make the leap can often find a lot of satisfaction and business potential they might have not seen in residential or light commercial types of jobs. But do you know how to get headed in the right direction?

  • Scissor Lifts and You

    Scissor Lifts and You

    Sometimes a ladder just doesn’t cut it - when working on large scale jobs, those outdoors or in an industrial setting you may need more height, support, and workspace than a ladder can offer. Enter the scissor lift, a piece of heavy machinery with a platform to stand on that lifts vertically using a series of crosslinked supports.

  • How to Revive Frozen Paint

    How to Revive Frozen Paint

    You might typically store your paints in a garage or shed, but if that area isn’t heated, you might end up with a sticky mess instead of a glorious coating of color. Paint that has been stored in freezing temperatures can be grainy, stringy, and generally unusable.

  • Does it Pay for Painters to Invest in Paint Companies?

    Does it Pay for Painters to Invest in Paint Companies?

    If you’re a painter, you’ve got a finger on the pulse of your industry. You know what paint companies are coming out with new stuff that other painters love and which ones are trying, but failing miserably. Does it follow, then, that you should be investing in paint stocks since you already know so much about them simply through word of mouth?

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