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yeah, but the part on the horizontal outlines... when ur standing on the ground with the extension reach the top doing a horizontal line, its impossible to have all of the roller touching the freight if u get what im saying. anyone have techniques or something for that, i was thinking about bending the end of the roller.

 

and about thw paint, i was planning on using a quart of painters touch berry pink, but its acrylic latex, and says can clean up with soap and water.. should i not use this?

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Originally posted by johndoe

yeah, but the part on the horizontal outlines... when ur standing on the ground with the extension reach the top doing a horizontal line, its impossible to have all of the roller touching the freight if u get what im saying. anyone have techniques or something for that, i was thinking about bending the end of the roller.

 

and about thw paint, i was planning on using a quart of painters touch berry pink, but its acrylic latex, and says can clean up with soap and water.. should i not use this?

:lol: a quart!!!!!
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Originally posted by johndoe

i dont exactly need to waste my money on a gallon of it for a forcefield, now do i.

 

 

:lol: money!!!!!

 

 

about the horizontal outline, i didn't rightly understand what you meant the first time. i think there are rollers that you can adjust to go parallel with the pole, or you could nigger rig a roller to go on the end of the pole with duct tape or something.

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I HAVE ADVICE...DO IT. ITS NOT EASY TO DO A ROLLER ON A FR8 BUT LIKE SOMEONE SAID. ONE YOU GET THE HANG OF IT AND YOU HAVE A COOL SPOT AND TAKE YOUR TIME. YOU SHOULD BE GOOD TO GO...

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Originally posted by johndoe

yeah, i was going to use it for the forcefield..... i dont exactly need to waste my money on a gallon of it for a forcefield, now do i.

 

right. because the five dollars it costs for a gallon of OOPS paint would be severely detrimental to your finances.

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