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Old 02-22-2010, 02:50 PM
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Dont Throw them out !!! you can still use them !!! place them under the tire of a car to keep it from Rolling backwards.....They're great!!!!
You repurposed a cheap paint gun. Way to go.

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Well they aren't much good after flying across the shop and hitting the wall but I dont throw anything away ...I even found a use for metal filings...they look great in your flame throwers.....That is ,if you were to use such ungodly, dangerous things ....:copper filings makes green sparkles My painter showed up one day with one of those for primer but he wanted to try it out painting on a used car hood first, I told him, I wouldnt , but he did anyway. a little while later,I walked in the booth to see how it was doing and he was saying how well it was working ,just then the fan knob fell off and rolled all the way down the hood he just painted ,we just looked at each other for a second and started cracking up it was the funniest thing you ever saw(the look of surprise on each others face) I think weve all tried them ,its hard to resist.....Once....At least we can laugh about it..

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