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Old 12-13-2010, 10:30 PM   #21
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I was thinking more like Hyde or Wallboard knives?
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Old 12-13-2010, 10:32 PM   #22
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Not a bad idea,,, if you thought of it sooner, you wouldn't have to put up with me,,,,lol,,,,

HeeHee,, I'll buy the next round guys !!!!
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Howdy 2buck, you don't have anything against Graco do ya
nope,I own one,at least I think i do,it's blue,forget what hp,the power switch is gone on it,some where in my garage,oh i forgot,gave it to a paint buddy of mine for free,so he must like grayco too
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Howdy 2buck, you don't have anything against Graco do ya
Oh God, don't bring up Graco,,,, cause then I'll get all bent out of shape,,, and I'll end up telling ya that i just bought a graco nova floor model that works great and I keep looking at it and cussing it for being a Graco,,,,,,,,,, well, never mind, lets not get that started!!!!!!!
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I was thinking more like Hyde or Wallboard knives?
l like the green handle richards with hammer top,(not black handle)the kid that works with me likes the bennet knifes,trowels are marshalltown,are wiping knife's are the junky richards,they can snap when used on wiping pole so......don't waste your money that way.
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Eh, it will clean off with a little 60 grit sandpaper!
sorta like a dirty cheap ***** then,you can take them home and clean them up,but their just as good as the high price ones
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Originally Posted by RCP sorta like a dirty cheap ***** then,you can take them home and clean them up,but their just as good as the high price ones
welcome buck, you should fit in pretty good here.

How do you blend in texture on a wall with preexisting texture? And whats the going rate for that?
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welcome buck, you should fit in pretty good here.

How do you blend in texture on a wall with preexisting texture? And whats the going rate for that?
your testing me or trying to get me banned,no price talk
plus what type of texture,popcorn,knock down,orange peel,California,stomp,cabbage leaf,crows feet,adobe,wall art,
does a smoker live in the house
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your testing me or trying to get me banned,no price talk
plus what type of texture,popcorn,knock down,orange peel,California,stomp,cabbage leaf,crows feet,adobe,wall art,
does a smoker live in the house
lol, yeah your sense was right. It was a loaded question, but wasn't trying to get you banned.

Every week or two you'll find we usually will get a price question. Or a technical question without much to go on like pictures and adequate descriptions, kinda like the texture question.

It was a test, although it was more so just a joke.
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