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Old 09-09-2011, 09:51 AM
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How in the world do you get all that paint off that washer/dryer pair when you're finished???

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Oh, that was the easy part.... I just slathered Vasaline on everything I didn't want the paint to stick to

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Old 09-09-2011, 10:32 AM
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How in the world do you get all that paint off that washer/dryer pair when you're finished???
In all seriousness, I'm guessing 76gunner's laundry room functions as a mud room separating the garage from the rest of the house. So he shoots the paint in the garage, then lets it cure in the laundry room. Eh, 76?

That's the setup at my house. I use rolled up newspapers as paint sticks, and have bits of coat hangers attached to them. So I hang the birds on a clothesline in the garage between coats, then bring them into the laundry room and hang them above the washer-dryer on the clothes rod.

After I get out of my paint suit, I usually move them to the bedroom closet where there's less chance of my wife or four kids accidentally touching them. After the paint's dry to the touch, I move them into one of my rocket cabinets.

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Old 09-09-2011, 05:37 PM
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In all seriousness, I'm guessing 76gunner's laundry room functions as a mud room separating the garage from the rest of the house. So he shoots the paint in the garage, then lets it cure in the laundry room. Eh, 76?

That's the setup at my house. I use rolled up newspapers as paint sticks, and have bits of coat hangers attached to them. So I hang the birds on a clothesline in the garage between coats, then bring them into the laundry room and hang them above the washer-dryer on the clothes rod.

After I get out of my paint suit, I usually move them to the bedroom closet where there's less chance of my wife or four kids accidentally touching them. After the paint's dry to the touch, I move them into one of my rocket cabinets.

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Pretty close Doug. I normally shot them outside, go through the garage, then into the laundry room. We have been having so much rain though, haven't had a chance to do any painting. Looks like it will be nice this weekend, so once I mow the yard, finish homework and clean the house.... I'm gonna do some rocket stuff!

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