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Old 02-01-2009, 05:40 PM   #21
 
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Now, before you use that kind of kitchen paint again, ask your paint supplier for a tube of clitoris drops. Put some in it and you won't have that problem again.[/quote]

I will have to try that. Now, I have to ask, whats this suppose to do. Just cut the shininess out of the paint.
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Old 02-01-2009, 05:46 PM   #22
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It keeps it wet longer and tends to stop you flashing. You can lick it over and over again without any problems. Once you've tried it you won't be able to live without it
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It's great to add when spraying too! I couldnt live with out it.
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I like your new logo. Is that an olive in your name?
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I like your new logo. Is that an olive in your name?
Thanks. Not a olive. It is suppose to be green paint with a paint brush. Its easier to tell in the larger photo.

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It keeps it wet longer and tends to stop you flashing. You can lick it over and over again without any problems. Once you've tried it you won't be able to live without it
Cool, Can you get this at SW. I will have try this out.
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Cool, Can you get this at SW. I will have try this out.
I dunno we don't have SW here. I would think most places stock it. The H/O might even have some in their garage if you ask.
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SW has it.
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Those pictures are some sort of inside joke, I hope.

I really hope.
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why?? whats wrong with them.
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This is the best thread I have read or posted on in months. Sev buddy do yourself a huge favor ----> before you take pics: hide the behr paint, let the paint dry, let the homeowner clean up their , and hide your beverage!

Your stock will go up a 1000% on this forum if you do these few simple things.

I have to hand it to you, your persistence is impressive!

Hang in there Sev (a.k.a young jedi) your half the reason I am a card carrying member of Paint Talk!
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Sev... Wait till walls are completely dry to take pics. That one looks wet. When still wet, they can really make you look like a bad painter to somebody who doesn't paint.

Also go down to SW and tell them you use Behr because you get a better price on it. Trust me they'll hook you up with something as good for the same price or better.
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Now, before you use that kind of kitchen paint again, ask your paint supplier for a tube of clitoris drops. Put some in it and you won't have that problem again.
I agree. SW has it. Sometimes they don't keep it stocked like alot of things they don't make/own but people often want. Just ask for it. It's odd... Everytime they don't have something I want, they end up having a secret stash in the back.
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Cool, Can you get this at SW. I will have try this out.
They have it at our stores. It is some awesome stuff. Can't believe you have been painting for as long as you have and never heard of clitoris drops. This right here is a test of you wanting to learn from the pros. Now take what you learn and put it to practice, thats all we're asking for.
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Old 02-02-2009, 12:19 AM   #34
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Tim they keep them out at your SW? Ours don't advertise they carry them, like they don't put out MHRP or Floetrol. Odd. Then some SW still carry Wooster frames & mine don't.
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Sev,

I'll give you a second chance. I love seeing kids motivated to realize what they need to do to always improve. Sh!t man, at 59, I'm still learning. When I stop learning, that means I'm dead.

Now, take this as CONSTRUCTIVE criticism. That deep colored wall SUCKS OUT LOAD. Seriously, it would be a testimonial of why a DIYer should hire a pro. It's flashed, wasn't feathered, not evenly coated, and it don't even looked patched properly. Seriously, young jedi, it is BAD. And even if it is still wet, I see no chance of it drying properly.

What should you do? Well, I would ask one of the accomplished technicians here to post a video of the CORRECT way to apply paint and for you to absorb what you see.

I say this with sincere hopes that you will improve. You can return the favor by teaching other young jedis when you see them and shake your had in disbelief.

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And where the FORK is your FORKIN drop clothes ???? There's FORKIN opened FORKIN cans of FORKIN paint and FORKIN trays FORKIN full of FORKIN paint and FORKIN wet FORKIN rollers on the FORKIN counters !!!!

WHAT KIND OF FORKIN PAINTER ARE YOU FORKIN ASPIRING TO BE !!

Sev Sev Sev, I see no improvement from the last time.

Sorry, but I hate being taken for a FORKIN fool.



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Welcome back Sev. I'm glad to see your still in action.
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Hey sev, can't say I have had the pleasure to ever meet you, but howdy! I used to work at a paint store back in the day, and I hadn't heard of the drops... I had to ask one of the managers about them.. she showed me what they were cause the other guys were clueless. It may be a housewife thing.. something they only sell the the DIY cause it whettens the paint a bit, helps it penetrate the surface and usually gives a good bite to let you know you are doing it right... plus it makes it easier to manage ask your local paintstore about them.. you may want to ask a saleslady.. she will know exactly what you mean .

Also, wish the HO would have chosen a diff color.. too pink for me.. but if they liked it to them. Best of luck to the future man.
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And where the FORK is your FORKIN drop clothes ???? There's FORKIN opened FORKIN cans of FORKIN paint and FORKIN trays FORKIN full of FORKIN paint and FORKIN wet FORKIN rollers on the FORKIN counters !!!!

WHAT KIND OF FORKIN PAINTER ARE YOU FORKIN ASPIRING TO BE !!

Sev Sev Sev, I see no improvement from the last time.

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If this is going to be the first time using the drops be careful, sometimes that stuff will gush out without warning. You must pay attention and know the product. Listening and feeling will be the key to future success. Then, when you come to that Y in the road again, you will know just what to do.
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