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Old 11-04-2019, 12:55 PM   #1
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Hi I'm a 50 year old self employed painter and decorator who has lots of experience.
I live in North Manchester.

Paper hanging, French polishing, sign writing, graining, spraying, commercial, industrial and domestic.
I've worked away most of my life, but I'm based local for the moment.

Why a painter.... well when I left school I wanted to be a pilot in the RAF.... cherry picker is as close I got to flying lol
My dad made me do it, he was a self employed painter (now retired) and so was/is my brother.

I must be one of the weird ones, cos I love painting. I enjoy the job, the banter and the fact I see lots of people and places.

Anyway, hello everyone

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Old 11-04-2019, 01:32 PM   #2
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Hi I'm a 50 year old self employed painter and decorator who has lots of experience.
I live in North Manchester.

Paper hanging, French polishing, sign writing, graining, spraying, commercial, industrial and domestic.
I've worked away most of my life, but I'm based local for the moment.

Why a painter.... well when I left school I wanted to be a pilot in the RAF.... cherry picker is as close I got to flying lol
My dad made me do it, he was a self employed painter (now retired) and so was/is my brother.

I must be one of the weird ones, cos I love painting. I enjoy the job, the banter and the fact I see lots of people and places.

Anyway, hello everyone

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Welcome! Many users here are based in the US. There is another forum where mostly painters from Europe.
http://www.***************.com/
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Old 11-04-2019, 02:00 PM   #3
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Welcome! You sound like my kind of guy!
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Welcome! Many users here are based in the US. There is another forum where mostly painters from Europe.
http://www.***************.com/

Why is the link blanked out?
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Welcome! Many users here are based in the US.
I would be interested in the different styles and techniques people use in the US.

I will spend some time reading and see

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Old 11-04-2019, 04:08 PM   #6
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Why is the link blanked out?

IDK. Seems like painttalk filters it for some reason.


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