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Paint Spray Gun.

Discussion in 'Third Rail' started by Rodney Trotter, Jun 4, 2004.

  1. Rodney Trotter

    Rodney Trotter 12oz Senior Member

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    Paint Spray Gun.

    Discussion started by Rodney Trotter - Jun 4, 2004

    How good is this!?

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    High Power 75-Watt Paint Spray Gun

    [i]Only £24.95 including 3 flexible spray nozzles Save time and energy decorating, painting or treating fences, gates, decking and garden furniture with this superb, high powered 75-Watt electric paint spray gun from Power Plus. With three different size, flexible spray nozzles (0.4mm, 0.6mm and 0.8mm) and a powerful 75-Watt motor, you’ll eliminate ugly brush strokes and always be able to create a professional finish. It’s suitable for water and solvent based paints, varnishes, stains, and wood care treatments making it ideal for a host of different surfaces. You can control the flow of liquid – from a fine, precise mist, up to a maximum of 270gms/minute, and because it’s lightweight and perfectly balanced, aching elbows and wrists are minimised. Combine its impressive volume output with a 1-litre tank and it will spray a 6’ x 6’ fence panel in just 5 minutes. Create a professional job whilst saving yourself valuable time and energy.[/i]

    Imagine going to the yard with a dozen of these!:lol:
     
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  2. cpickle

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    cpickle - Replied Jun 4, 2004

    You'll also need...

    A big bucket of paint and a portable electric generator... and a place where a whole lotta noise won't matter
     
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  3. Rodney Trotter

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    Rodney Trotter - Replied Jun 4, 2004

    Sounds like it will be ok for painting freights then!
     
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  4. porque

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    porque - Replied Jun 4, 2004

    ...not in my yard...i yell at kids for talking too loud all the time...heaven forbid one of those idiots should leave their phone on...that's grounds for a cross out while they're watching...
     
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  5. El Producto

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    El Producto - Replied Jun 4, 2004

    you get them on ebay for pretty cheap...seems like a good investment
     
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  7. BobotheHobo

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    BobotheHobo - Replied Jun 4, 2004

    Re: You'll also need...

    i dont think u need a generator it looks like its cordless, and how loud could it be? anyone ever used one?
     
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    InDY_500 - Replied Jun 4, 2004

    One of my guys used one before....He said that its not too loud but it does give off enough noise to make someone notice.........Im not sure if its different between brands but thats what I know from him.....And i dont know what brand he used.......
     
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  9. porque

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    porque - Replied Jun 4, 2004

    ...you guys are morons...for starters, the picture is photoshopped...secondly you do have to plug them in, in this photo they have simply erased the cord that runs out the back...thirdly, and most importantly, in case you haven't heard, they already make paint that comes in aerosol cans...

    ...if it was that good of an idea don't you think it would have been played out by now?...
     
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    InDY_500 - Replied Jun 5, 2004

    That thing makes alot of noise....We painted the house with one of those a while back....It was nothing but noise.....Kinda sounds like a generator running or a power washer......
     
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    CrazyLazy - Replied Jun 5, 2004

    Yeah, they make this loud buzzing sound. Someone in my neighberhood had their house painted, I could here that thing from like a block away.

    And...SPRAYPAINT! I'm not trying to get on anyone's case or anything, but sometimes people are too interested in the "gear" of graff. People are always trying to advanced the technology, when what people have been using for years works just fine. Give me a krylon and a ny fat, and it's just as good.
     
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  12. FightTheBuff

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    FightTheBuff - Replied Jun 5, 2004

    hella true, why the fuck would you want a fatass piece of fuck like that paint spray gun thing?
     
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    Gates - Replied Jun 9, 2004

    wtf you aint painting houses and shit to be usin that..just use a good ol' can...don't need all that trouble.
     
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    FightTheBuff - Replied Jun 9, 2004

    true dat
     
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