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    Old Cans Of Paint, Serious Collectors

    thanks for the response, Hal. I spend a lot of time in the garage when it's warmer, so i'm happy to keep them out there for now. I may try the pinhole technique, but a year to dry it out sounds like too long, and the whole time solvents might be airborne. thanks for your input.
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    Old Cans Of Paint, Serious Collectors

    Any thoughts on "freeze, thaw" of spray cans? I keep my cans in the garage, which isn't well insulated. I have no basement in my home, and I don't really agree with keeping cans in the house. I feel it's a fire hazard, and probably not good for air quality. The recently extremely cold weather followed by above-freezing temperatures has me wondering about how it affects the integrity of oil-based paint, old cans or otherwise. I am aware how it can affect latex paint, and oil paint is a little more durable to harsh conditions. One thing I was thinking was the condensation from freeze-thaw may cause the can to rust.
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    cherry poppin

    Solid thread. Labrona canvas, wow
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    Old Cans Of Paint, Serious Collectors

    naval jelly
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    INDIANA

    that shore wall is hella sick couple more 1996 rumor 2000
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    INDIANA

    i do..mavs & cloze are on the left side. and thanks for the positive responses y'all
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    INDIANA

    older stuff shore nyc 2001? drew7 terre haute 2002 rumor 2000 baks 1996
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    Old Cans Of Paint, Serious Collectors

    what about chromated paint or whatever i see on here, chromium would be pretty toxic too i think, then you have all the other heavy metals..aluminum paint has small flakes of aluminum i believe, that's what makes it so shiny, ive heard alum is linked to breast cancer (anti-pers. with alum silicate or something)..i do notice on old tins of rusto they actually list the pigments and ingredients which is pretty cool
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    Old Cans Of Paint, Serious Collectors

    rebar green epoxy, cool name
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    dont be scared

    rip
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    Old Cans Of Paint, Serious Collectors

    rusto flat black line up. nice
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    Old Cans Of Paint, Serious Collectors

    valdi, your inbox is full. i'm mailing that out today or monday.
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    Old Cans Of Paint, Serious Collectors

    oh shit that is masters of the universe. same thing?
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    Old Cans Of Paint, Serious Collectors

    that safety purple is nice, so is the he-man comforter
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    Old Cans Of Paint, Serious Collectors

    i agree, those symphony cans are dope. good color names on that line up.
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    Old Cans Of Paint, Serious Collectors

    3 free cans & some tapes for fun
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    Old Cans Of Paint, Serious Collectors

    valdi- i'd take the avo 1/2 pt w/ its contents and the royal blue if you shipped that one empty. let me know
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    Old Cans Of Paint, Serious Collectors

    bakardy-i see you found some klenk's epoxy as well. that looks like a nice little spot. good stuff
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    Old Cans Of Paint, Serious Collectors

    avocados must be in season. three avo's and a festival green
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    Old Cans Of Paint, Serious Collectors

    today's find...4 cans of smoke gray, 4 cans Klenk's avocado, and a pint of marlin blue. Anyone info on the klenk's epoxy? it says zynolyte on it. they had a couple more colors i may grab next time.
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    INDIANA

    find shore coilcar..and mr. acero
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    Old Cans Of Paint, Serious Collectors

    yup, scraplife
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    Old Cans Of Paint, Serious Collectors

    nice little find today
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