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Old 11-29-2015, 11:02 AM   #1
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So it's been a while since the shops had a good deep cleaning. Found these and thought some here could use a good laugh lol.

Leaving a brush in stain stripper is a bad idea Deep cleaned the shop-imageuploadedbypainttalk.com1448812763.950363.jpg

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I think you can save that. Just throw some stripper in it! LOLOLOL
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Gotta be a million uses for a bucket with an offset wooden handle. Number 1: keeping the garbage truck driver gainfully employed.


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