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  1. Krylon Batter!! Pancake in a can, Mmmm... Antique Gold Epoxy? If so, I could use it man. Trade or sale, either way, lmk!
  2. @Infra I've never come across this. Interesting. There should be a laminated guide behind the counter with more info on items with restrictions. You can ask to see it, but whether or not your USPS person is helpful all depends. I've sent up to a dozen many times. Red marker 'Surface Mail' and the stickers from behind the counter are all they need.
  3. ^Kind of a funny thing. I'd rate the first Fuzz book as one of the best out there because of the editing and production quality. I couldn't put it down from the minute I opened the cover. Fuzz One - A Bronx Childhood!!! This book, his second is self published and I haven't been able to get into it at all. It's not well put together and just doesn't begin to compare... Best Book: Fuzz One - A Bronx Childhood. Worst Book: Fuzz One - Last Of The Old School.
  4. That's really interesting HAL. I pretty much use almost entirely US paint for bulk fills, (being thrifty), and reserving my long time fav - Belton, or now 94 for outlines/detail work. I just went to outline a new piece on Sat and the line from the stock 94s which I've loved in the past was awful, certainly not clean cut at the sides by any means. Now you got me thinking about reverting back to yellow skinnys based on your super flat/sharp work and details. All I'm looking for is a decent line with the minimal amount of cap headaches. When living in CO back in the late 90s early 00s I
  5. Thanks guys... All good info. Hal you're dead right about how much will fade away over a few years time. I really look at all my cans sometimes and think, well I can't take them with me, and really, I'd love to just sit and chill in a permanent graffiti museum some day, and see the reactions of folks just walking in and freaking out over an insane collection of preserved artifacts of the culture. Even if we all pooled our dup's into a donation. The day will come, I'm certain of that.
  6. I can't keep up with caps one bit. I guess I ought to explore them all, but it's too much hassle to remember them all, and then go looking for them. Rusto or NY fat for fats, and either a yellow universal or the 94 skinny/stock for skinnys. Anyone have any favorable preference to any other specific one that's worth trying. Actually hats off to the Boston thin too for making a great cap for Rustos...
  7. Bunch of cans posted on Ebay right now: http://www.ebay.com/sch/jib25/m.html?item=130687737679&sspagename=STRK%3AMESELX%3AIT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649&_trksid=p4340.l2562
  8. ^Those probably wouldn't sell too well in the UK, lol.
  9. So I guess the Scotch-gard cans must have used both kinds of caps. This is the first Jifoam style cap I've seen on one, the other 4 or 5 I've seen have had the old school "ridge cap" style fat caps. Then again I always check every style of old household cleaner and have a few no name brands that also used the Jifoam as a stock. Such a treat to pop the cap and find one. Those caps are so comfortable. I'm wondering if that was also a major factor over the standard ridge caps for painting large areas. Anyone remember how much those early German gray banana skinnys (early/mid 90s), used to dig int
  10. jib25

    Spray Paint

    Yes yes! Will come in handy for those Cascade Green Rusto brush paint cans ; )
  11. The Jade is such a nice color and awesome paint.
  12. ^Also after any cans in the following lines. Again, PM me for sale or trade info. Thx...
  13. ^Looking for notch's for all of the above. PM me if you have any for sale or trade. Thx...
  14. Anyone into old stock PTs? Flat Black (Free 25% more) 3/4 full Sage Green 1933 3/4 full Gray Primer 1980 1/2 full Semi-Gloss Black 1974 1/3 full Purple 1961 full/unsprayed Country Blue 1924 full/unsprayed Flat White 1990 full/unsprayed Soft Peach 1952 full/unsprayed Terra Cotta 1965 full/unsprayed Rose 1963 full/unsprayed Jade 1931 full/unsprayed Warm Yellow 1941 full/unsprayed Peach Delight 1952 full/unsprayed Grape 1949 full/unsprayed
  15. Stay tuned for the Mad vs. Cancer auction. A few cans in there that we hope will go high for the cause. Bid strong and and together we can show some love !!FUCK CANCER!!
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