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Old 12-20-2015, 12:22 PM   #21
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If the paint you're burning off is 0 VOC paint does that make it better for the environment?
It does help in the end.

All the burning of paint is what's keeping the east coast snow free for so long this season.
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Old 12-21-2015, 06:15 AM   #22
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I like them loaded up with dry paint to the point you cant see through them .After use i hang them in a box that paint comes in .Don't get me wrong a nice fresh new one is good to.
I usually tape new ones off 3/4 of the way to make it more like a board, especially on fine finish paints, like doors and such. Hate those "baubles" of paint from the grid holes. Coming out of the bucket roller has to be evenly spread the way I like it. So basically my grids are flat to begin with, and the "dirtier" they are, the better they work for me.
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Interesting, I could see that working for painting doors/smooth surfaces. Never seen anyone have a flat screen on purpose. But then again we almost always spray doors, etc.

We just roll walls with the rollers and rarely use them on things such as doors/trim.
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