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Old 12-01-2013, 11:33 PM   #1
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Nathan out of San Francisco bay area .Been in my family for 4 gernerations. Glad to be here.
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Old 12-01-2013, 11:44 PM   #2
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Wow 4 generations! That is incredible. Welcome to the forum.
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Thanks guys.yeah my greatgrandfather grandfather and uncle now me lol
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Thanks guys.yeah my greatgrandfather grandfather and uncle now me lol
skipped your dad, none of that counts now.... how long have you been in the business?
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Its my moms side of the family. I learned from my uncle in new york. Were all from ca(long story). Its always been there to create income.Now im on my second company in the last couple years.Just filling up my brain with every aspect of the business.
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I know none of it counts.i was just tellin my story its not impressive it s just what it is.ive been painting for 8 years solid and im 29.
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I know none of it counts.i was just tellin my story its not impressive it s just what it is.ive been painting for 8 years solid and im 29.
i was just joking, but really was just wondering about paint experience. So is it 4 or 5 generations now? Your other thread says 5th generation.
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The brush is my fave to be in trimming out or running oil on big nice doors, french windowns ect.Now ive gotten pretty good with the hybrid paints. THE company I work for now does everything so I spray quite a bit apartments to nice upscale residential and everything in between.I learned handpainting everything.so didnt learn the rig till a couple years ago.
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