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Old 02-26-2016, 09:32 AM   #21
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For instance this job was shot with airless doors off site and all boxes and frames brush & rolled with BM Advance Satin/Semi mix. The homeowner did it want to give up here kitchen nor empty her cabinets. They wanted full use of kitchen so we obliged and priced accordingly.

Being a skilled mechanic comes in to play here when brushing and rolling a finish to go along with sprayed finish. Advance happens to do all well homeowner was thrilled. My point is right tools in right hands make $$$. I didn't need to go out and buy the biggest baddest pump in SW. Back in oil days my Debliss gun and binks pot would have been used for this job.

I'm just passing on what was given to me by old timers years ago to help me in my business . I think AAA pumps are great great tool and make money. When you know it's a good fit buy one
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Old 02-26-2016, 12:17 PM   #22
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Nice work guys. Speaking of devilbiss and binks, that is what father used in the past. Great rig. We now use Tritech everyday to achieve results.
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For instance this job was shot with airless doors off site and all boxes and frames brush & rolled with BM Advance Satin/Semi mix. The homeowner did it want to give up here kitchen nor empty her cabinets. They wanted full use of kitchen so we obliged and priced accordingly.

Being a skilled mechanic comes in to play here when brushing and rolling a finish to go along with sprayed finish. Advance happens to do all well homeowner was thrilled. My point is right tools in right hands make $$$. I didn't need to go out and buy the biggest baddest pump in SW. Back in oil days my Debliss gun and binks pot would have been used for this job.

I'm just passing on what was given to me by old timers years ago to help me in my business . I think AAA pumps are great great tool and make money. When you know it's a good fit buy one
Looks good! Yeah we just backwards mask the cabinets most of the time
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Like I said all depends on workload if you can afford and justify any good tool for your business needs as for AAA finish being better not to the normal eye. As for less overspray and more control and less mistake prone abosolutley . Being a old guy in my day we learned with falt tips and mostly oils and technique was everything.

I see lots young guys buying big pumps for one or two jobs then the pump just sits. When a tool is not being used its not making money. You can buy 3 , 440 Titan"s or 395 Graco"s for the price of a AAA pump. What's gonna make you more money and be used more?

Yes to Premier does great work I've head good things about him looks like he runs a great shop and business
+1 thinkpainting/nick, as he said if you don't have a workload you don't need AAA. we use it every day and I am buying new 595 finishPro 2 next month, I am compulsive buyer, drive my wife crazy.

Thanks for the complement and kind words thinkpainting/nick.
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For instance this job was shot with airless doors off site and all boxes and frames brush & rolled with BM Advance Satin/Semi mix. The homeowner did it want to give up here kitchen nor empty her cabinets. They wanted full use of kitchen so we obliged and priced accordingly.



Being a skilled mechanic comes in to play here when brushing and rolling a finish to go along with sprayed finish. Advance happens to do all well homeowner was thrilled. My point is right tools in right hands make $$$. I didn't need to go out and buy the biggest baddest pump in SW. Back in oil days my Debliss gun and binks pot would have been used for this job.



I'm just passing on what was given to me by old timers years ago to help me in my business . I think AAA pumps are great great tool and make money. When you know it's a good fit buy one

You mix satin and semi gloss . 1/1 ? Does it make a difference with your sheen?
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I love my multifinish aaa Titan 440
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