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Old 12-07-2010, 12:12 AM   #1
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Hey guys...
Well Im excited to be here! Ive been painting and spraying for over 15 years and never thought of looking up a painting forum. I like all the good advice Ive seen and hope I can help if anyone has any questions or whatnotall... Id like to add that for any computer help you might have plz dont hesitate to ask all my friends on Pureoverlock.com... wow what a great bunch of buys and so smart too no question!!! Great to be here look forward to many years of chattin it up with yalls! Dont hesitate to ask me anything Im here to help.
Cheers everyone!!
Jay
Ps... I think you really should have a section dedicated for spraying maybe something to consider... cheers

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Old 12-07-2010, 12:22 AM   #2
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Welcome Jay, where you been painting at all these years? What type of painting you specialize in? What is your crew size? Do you own a 40' ladder?

The shout out seemed a little odd but keep posting.
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The shout seemed a little odd? Im confused lol... no worries.
Thanks for the welcome and Ive been been doing repaints interior and exterior here in Calgary Alberta. Just gettin er done day by day doin the best I can ya know. Rollin with the punches.
I do own a couple of ladders and a new alluminum plank and some stilts!!! My specialty is workin hard and great customer service hahahaha... Its a tighrope out there and I try my best. You know how it is... everyone wants it done yesterday. My two motos are 1) Rome wasnt built in a day.. and 2) If youre going to make an omelette you have to break a few eggs lol ...

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The shout seemed a little odd? Im confused lol... no worries.
Thanks for the welcome and Ive been been doing repaints interior and exterior here in Calgary Alberta. Just gettin er done day by day doin the best I can ya know. Rollin with the punches.
I was commenting on the "for your friends at pureoverlock" at first it seemed kind of like a spammer trying to be clever.



We have a fair amount of Canadians here. Glad you found us Jay.
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Ahh I see no worries... I think there should be a section exclusively for spraying Im actually surprised there isnt one. Maybe something to consider adding.. Not sure where to post spraying questions.. guess itd be under surface prep and application...
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It has been brought up before but spraying is a pretty big part of our trade and so it finds its way into just about every section and is not necessarily the main topic of a thread since it can come down to other things than simply the tool.

There is the section for sprayers in the tool section.

Feel free to PM Nathan the site owner and make the suggestion.
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Great thanks bud... I did start a thread about trim spraying and sure would appreciate some input.. its under that prep and application section. cheers mate!!
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Great thanks bud... I did start a thread about trim spraying and sure would appreciate some input.. its under that prep and application section. cheers mate!!
I responded in that thread a little while ago and I am sure others will too as tomorrow progresses

A better place for suggestions is this section https://www.painttalk.com/f15/ It is what I normally would recommend but was spacing out.
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hey thanks for all your help.
seems like a great site, im sure Ill be here for a long long while cuz ill be painting till i cant paint no more and its good to talk to people in the same line of work for sure!!
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