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Old 02-14-2020, 01:31 AM   #1
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I was looking for painter pants on Amazon, when I came across this awesome attire!!
https://www.amazon.com/Painting-Harn...6-f96e7b0f409c


I think it even has an attachment for your coffee mug somewhere
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Old 02-14-2020, 07:51 AM   #2
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I am just going to pretend Indid not see that. I can only imagine how many times I things hanging off the harness would get hung up on a ladder.

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Wait about six months, and whatever surplus is left over from the initial manufacturing run will be available at Ollie's or other job lot discounters, for about $5.00. If the initial run were 10,000 units, I'm thinking there will be about 9,995 available on the liquidation market.
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Not a chance in hell I could or would work with that much crap jangling off my person.


Love the 'handy paint pail' stuck to the guys chest.
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Damn. I may be a painter, but I’ve still got some dignity. Lol


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I use a five gallon bucket whenever I need to carry a bunch of crap up a ladder. The ladder hook is the best paint trade device ever invented.
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I use a five gallon bucket whenever I need to carry a bunch of crap up a ladder. The ladder hook is the best paint trade device ever invented.
Second only to the ladder!
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Makes even less sense when you see the video.....

Needs a carabiner on the back to hook on closet rods....perfect napping harness!
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Not sure what that is hanging up in the left hand side, near his shoulder (screwdriver?). Regardless, it looks like it is poised to go right through his neck, chest, or skull if he should ever take a fall.
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Not sure what that is hanging up in the left hand side, near his shoulder (screwdriver?). Regardless, it looks like it is poised to go right through his neck, chest, or skull if he should ever take a fall.
One of many features...just too many to list!
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Makes even less sense when you see the video.....
Kings Harness Safer, Easier, Faster way to paint - YouTube

Needs a carabiner on the back to hook on closet rods....perfect napping harness!

OMG this is hillarious. "I can safely climb the ladder with two hands" as the two rolls of tape knock him in the nuts on each wrung!!


Having a gallon of paint strapped to your chest has got to be the most ridiculous thing I have ever seen.


No need to re-invent the vastly superior painter pants, with pockets on the sides and back??
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When I was a kid we had to construct a Rube Goldberg device in science class...it was a competition across the entire 8th grade class. I think this would have won, hands down!!!
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When I was a kid we had to construct a Rube Goldberg device in science class...it was a competition across the entire 8th grade class. I think this would have won, hands down!!!
I think you meant hands free!!

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I think you meant hands free!!

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Nice word play! Lol
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what in the ever livin' hell.....?
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I was looking for painter pants on Amazon, when I came across this awesome attire!!
https://www.amazon.com/Painting-Harn...6-f96e7b0f409c


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Bahahah oh my god I just about fell over Iaughing so hard. All I can picture is seeing someone on a site rigged up with ALL THE THINGS....waddling around like a duck...

gallon of paint- check
3 types of tape- check
5 in 1- double check
Clean bucket- check
Paint brush spinner- check
Roll of paper towels- check
6 brushes- check
Color swatch book- check

Time to climb the 12 foot ladder...S*it, I left the can opener in my car.

I just bought one as a gag gift...have the PERFECT person in mind.
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This is the guy I wanna see..not the one wearing it as a joke, but the the guy who gets defensive about his nifty harness when u ask if he has an extra brush u could borrow or if he intends to strap his kid on the back anytime soon & bring the whole family along for the ride....I just can’t
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This just gets me rollin again...look HOW HAPPY I AM with the gallon of paint strapped to my chest, a caulking gun & brush spinner on my back that hits my leg every time I climb a rung. Just SO HAPPY.
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Makes even less sense when you see the video.....
Kings Harness Safer, Easier, Faster way to paint - YouTube

Needs a carabiner on the back to hook on closet rods....perfect napping harness!


Oh my god this kills me all over...every time he slaps that brush on & off his shoulder I lose it ....just a good ol paint brush “dust brush” slap on, slap off....
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Ya, that thing just looks dangerous. !! How much tape did he need up there.? Where the bbq? lmao.
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