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Old 01-20-2010, 08:37 PM   #1
 
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Default Pro Painters need work in Missouri Highest quality, will travel

Painters that deliver the best finish around looking for contracts in Missouri. Will travel. Every tool imaginable. Too many references to list.
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Old 01-20-2010, 08:41 PM   #2
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Painters that deliver the best finish around Every tool imaginable. Too many references to list.
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just stay away from KC, got enough guys out here as is..

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What is this now, Craig's list ?

How much per room ?



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How much for the tools?
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Does this mean they have an Accubrush?
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I'll give you $50... to paint my bathroom
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I prefer the Point 'n Paint. If they have an Accubrush, they are not true Professionals.
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I prefer the Point 'n Paint. If they have an Accubrush, they are not true Professionals.
I had a customer ask if we carried the Point-N-Paint....I said yeah we sell them, they're right over there next to the magic wands.
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I had a customer ask if we carried the Point-N-Paint....I said yeah we sell them, they're right over there next to the magic wands.
lol NC, I prefer the Amazing Kreskin Magic Kit
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