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Old 02-13-2009, 08:37 AM
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Not sure why are skeeters are so big,bad, plentiful here, we are not the tropics, but there is a lot of water in this province in Canada, Manitoba has 100000 lakes, we are direclty straight north of Texas, and we get our humid hot weather in summer courtesy of you folks, not that I am complaining.

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The skeeters in Southeast Texas are so big they have "N" numbers on their wings .

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there's a reason professional painter wear suits, gloves and hoods. you guys need to do more research and start listening to the guys who do it for a living.
Did we Not just remove part of this thread containing websites with InFo on safety ?
I think it would have helped this guy understand.
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This is the first exposure I've had on the technique of "rolling and tipping". I must say it sounds interesting.

I've always had a fondness for the 'suede' look. Is this technique applicable to a semi-flat paint job?
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Not really..when done one would need to cut and buff to get out any remaining brush marks and make it smooth..Kinda like removing orange peel from a spray job..

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Kinda like removing orange peel from a spray job.
Ahhh, I get the picture now. Thanks!

Still, an interesting and resourceful concept.
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Not really..when done one would need to cut and buff to get out any remaining brush marks and make it smooth..Kinda like removing orange peel from a spray job..

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Rarely have I seen brush marks when a badger brush is used, in fact I have seen more orange peel than brush marks - why this is I don't know (temp, humidity, too much paint?). It is important that the paint is tipped as soon as possible, wait too long and the finish will be affected. This is why on large uninterrupted surfaces like boat hulls, you will usually see two people doing this, one with the roller, the other following close behind with the brush.

The paint work in my journal is untouched, you can see the dust in the paint in the close-ups.

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Rarely have I seen brush marks when a badger brush is used, in fact I have seen more orange peel than brush marks - why this is I don't know (temp, humidity, too much paint?). It is important that the paint is tipped as soon as possible, wait too long and the finish will be affected. This is why on large uninterrupted surfaces like boat hulls, you will usually see two people doing this, one with the roller, the other following close behind with the brush.

The paint work in my journal is untouched, you can see the dust in the paint in the close-ups.
Way Cool,
If you every get the chance to write this all down or do a Video on the process, that would be real cool.

How long did it take to paint the car?

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