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 Post subject: Timesaver for small paint-spraying jobs
PostPosted: Jul Wed 31, 2019 3:36 am 
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 Post subject: Re: Timesaver for small paint-spraying jobs
PostPosted: Jul Wed 31, 2019 3:42 am 
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Uh Greg old boy, that was when Fountain Pens were still in use, before ball point pens took over the market. I'm wondering where someone would even find an ink bottle today...

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 Post subject: Re: Timesaver for small paint-spraying jobs
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 Post subject: Re: Timesaver for small paint-spraying jobs
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I think anyone with any ability to think would adapt something like an empty pill bottle with a hole punched in the cover to do the same task... the value of the tip is not related to the unavailability of ink bottles.

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 Post subject: Re: Timesaver for small paint-spraying jobs
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Another time saver along the same lines with paint. If you do a lot of can spraying painting, this will help those poor fingers from getting cramps. Not suggesting this brand but there are a few out there.

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 Post subject: Re: Timesaver for small paint-spraying jobs
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I bought one of those a while ago because I was tired of getting paint on my fingertip that would drip off. It turns out that I do a better job of spraying now. I think it's the pistol grip handle and your using your wrist and arm going back and forth. It's helped me a lot.

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