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chumbawumba last won the day on February 7 2005

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  1. What did you try out? Also, the most commonly used additives are the powder forms of methylene blue, and gentian violet. Another less common additive is potassium permagranate, which needs to be diluted in xylene - will not dissolve in water or alcohol. If your asking about these additives to add to Garvey, then don't. GV is already in it.
  2. Thats great... you scrubbing with soap and water doesn't compare to industrial strength graffiti removing solutions. Buying online is extremely safe especially off of Artprimo... and you won't find anyplace online to get it.
  3. Chances are its going to be useless on its own, but you never know - it could be some dank ink. Try it out on its own, if not then its pretty much useless on its own if you don't want to go out of your way and buy additives for it.
  4. Yeah, I got one. Don't fucking bomb with whiteout, got me? Why the FUCK would you add alcohol, or fucking CHLORINE to your ink?! Thats just some special ed shit right there, there is just no logic behind that idea. What posesses someone to add chlorine to their fucking ink is beyond me. Then after that, he fucking adds shoe polish to it. Kiwi is not ink buddy, thats the whole reason you dump it out before you make a mop. I think the best thing to do is, read this thread from front to back - you'll be a genius. What are these forums coming to? :rolleyes:
  5. Yeah, unless there really is a Heaven. Then you could paint whole cars in the chillest layups with Dondi or chill and smoke blunts with Tie. RIP both of you, true kings.
  6. I answered in this thead a long time ago, but I'll do it again... I dress in old clothes, none that have paint on them though. I bring gloves, paint, quarters for pay phones, and more paint.
  7. Uh... I usually bring 3 cans with me (fill, outline, forcefield) and do a good amount of throwies (varying the fill/outline color to get the most out of the cans). As for how far away to hold the can... just practice and get you'll develop can control. If you don't feel like waiting, you could buy some can control from http://www.bombingscience.com, its about $60.00.
  8. As long as it's oil based, then yes, you're good to go.
  9. Yeah kid... my boy had that shit leak in his pocket in school and it really fucked him up. Etch is no joke, even if it don't come in contact with your skin, if you breathe it in enough... there you go sounding like you been smoking for 40 years. If if gets on your skin and you leave it there, it can kill you. Skin is semi-permeable, therefore certain things can pass through it and certain things can't. This is controlled by the outside layer of your cells called the cell wall, which controls what goes out and what comes in. Your skin is obviously not supposed to be exposed to acidic solutions, such as Etch Bath - which is made of hydrofluoric acid. If hydrofluoric acid is what wants to permeate your cell wall, its going to. It's an acid, acids are corrosive, destructive solutions. When something as harmful as hydrofluoric acid gets into you like that... well, let me sum it up real easily... you're fucked. I could explain this scientifically, but I wouldn't want to fry you're brains. Believe me, I know what I'm talking about.... don't fuck with Etch unless you have taken serious precautions. You can die.
  10. Yeah kid... my boy had that shit leak in his pocket in school and it really fucked him up. Etch is no joke, even if it don't come in contact with your skin, if you breathe it in enough... there you go sounding like you been smoking for 40 years. If if gets on your skin and you leave it there, it can kill you. Skin is semi-permeable, therefore certain things can pass through it and certain things can't. This is controlled by the outside layer of your cells called the cell wall, which controls what goes out and what comes in. Your skin is obviously not supposed to be exposed to acidic solutions, such as Etch Bath - which is made of hydrofluoric acid. If hydrofluoric acid is what wants to permeate your cell wall, its going to. It's an acid, acids are corrosive, destructive solutions. When something as harmful as hydrofluoric acid gets into you like that... well, let me sum it up real easily... you're fucked. I could explain this scientifically, but I wouldn't want to fry you're brains. Believe me, I know what I'm talking about.... don't fuck with Etch unless you have taken serious precautions. You can die.
  11. Damn wicked, that wouldn't suck too bad if you hadn't bought "a lot" of them... how many cans is a lot? Anyway pretty much all household sprays such as cleaners and hair products use female caps nowadays, so I'd say go have a field day in the cosmetics aisle and see what you come up with. Try out everything, just pop one off of each and bring em' home to test them. Might find something dope, you never know?
  12. Yeah it's been that way for a couple of months now... :rolleyes:
  13. First of all, dipshit, for something to corrode your bones, wouldn't it have to penetrate your skin first? You obviously don't know jack shit about this stuff, so I think you should leave the etching business up to the big boys.
  14. If you know what the fuckin consequences are, I would like you to explain what etch does to you when left on your skin for an elongated period of time. Answer thoroughly and correctly, and everyone will believe you.
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