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Old 05-11-2013, 07:21 PM   #21
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Ok, Ok, no stress....I guess I could find a video on it.

I cannot imagine that it even would work that well. There would be glitter flying everywhere and I bet most of it falls to the floor. That would be funny to see.

( I just always imagine your first name to be Van, so being all artistic and such....)
No worries. A quick search didn't turn up any videos on either YouTube or Bing Videos.

You're right, glitter does fly everywhere.

Nice, but Gough is my first name, at least on the internet, and it rhymes with guff...for some reason.
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Old 05-11-2013, 07:51 PM   #22
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Ok, Ok, no stress....I guess I could find a video on it.

I cannot imagine that it even would work that well. There would be glitter flying everywhere and I bet most of it falls to the floor. That would be funny to see.

( I just always imagine your first name to be Van, so being all artistic and such....)
I also used a glitter dispenser to apply glitter to acoustic ceilings. We would just spray and apply the glitter before the paint dried. We once did a stucco exterior on a ranch style house, and glittered the entire exterior. It does get all over the place.
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if somebody asked me for it I'd give it to em
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If I tried to keep a popcorn ceiling wet enough, long enough to use that beasty, I would be cleaning up texture and glitter off the floor. Like the old saying goes- I never lost money on a job I never did!
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