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Old 07-18-2019, 09:29 PM   #21
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Home depot sells a great two sided organizer. The squares are perfect for reversible tips, and the other side is good for filters and parts.
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Old 07-18-2019, 09:48 PM   #22
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Mine all float in a pool of "brush cleaner", which may be MEK. I don't care enough to check, but they are all ready to go when needed.
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I keep mine in a jar of pump saver. It might not be the best, but its on hand.
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I store tips, filters, screens, connectors, ect, in one gallon paint cans of laquer thinner. The tips and other small items are in small metal tins that I drilled holes in so they'll drain when I pull them out. One can is for my big airlesses, the other for my small airlesses.
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I use old Samsonite brief cases for my fine finish spray box, I just toss the tips right in. I use a regular tool box for HVLP and the regular spray box.
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I keep mine in a Mason jar on Funk and Wagnalls front porch.
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I keep mine in a Mason jar on Funk and Wagnalls front porch.
Well, I prefer Britannica....
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Well, I prefer Britannica....
The Magnificent Carnac preferred Funk & Wagnalls.
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