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Old 11-02-2012, 08:11 PM   #1
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Was in HD today and Glidden had a big display 3 in 1 paint =paint, primer and filler all in one. Now how can you beat that?

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Did it come with the paint cannon for EZ application?

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Hey brush next it will be 4 in 1 the painter comes with it.
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It's on Youtube...it's got to be good.
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Old 11-02-2012, 08:41 PM   #5
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Hey brush next it will be 4 in 1 the painter comes with it.
Ya but is the painter in the can wearing whites or jeans...
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Old 11-02-2012, 08:47 PM   #6
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OMG- I watched that. They still don't know how to paint.
But it is a whole new level of "why didn't it fix everything" that will be flooding here soon...
Thanks Glidden..
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Old 11-02-2012, 10:15 PM   #7
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All of you please STFU! I have my inventor notebooks but the intellectual property world is changing to first use and not first thought about. My idea of self-applying paint is tried and proven. For years now my challenge has been to keep stain blocker/primer/paint/and spotless stuffed animals in a can with two lids to hold the energy until needed. My method needs no fricking brushes or rollers. I can paint an entire highrise in minutes, inside and maybe out. If you all keep bragging about the capabilities of paint all in one can, my invention does not have a chance. Please watch my demonstration video of self-applying paint? As you can see we were able to make the self-applying product work not only on graffiti covered hallways but in kitchens too. The original tape is longer but please enjoy a minute of the future---self applying paint. $38.95 per gallon retail. No need to worry about prep or whether it sticks anymore. I promise.



I apologize to those who remember I posted this link ages ago. I know I am not supposed to spam or solicit venture or angle funds from you all but you must admit the concept of self-applying paint worthy of attention? If you wanted to private jet or yacht in to meet with me. We could talk.

I could make it rain paint!

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Old 11-02-2012, 10:23 PM   #8
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LOL! nice! The Paint Cannon!
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LOL! nice! The Paint Cannon!
Yes sure but can you think of a way to fit a cannon in a kitchen and make it work without back kicking the wall behind it? You could end up on the job forever.

My second concept involves spinning a paint can at highspeeds with the lid off. I have seen such things done for television and movies so I know it is just not about fairy dust, belief in Santa Claus and all.

Imagine, plunking a 5'er in the middle of a room. With nano-technology it would certainly know trim too and not try to attach itself. No need for masking. Just spin it into a cyclone on on the walls and ceilings it goes. Waiting of course, to apply its second coat.

People laughed at spray on hair! I know some of you are not taking me seriously right now. Your loss.
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Ya but is the painter in the can wearing whites or jeans...
Must we revisit this. A certain special friend of this site, a MASTER painter admitted to wearing a tee shirt and nothing else once. I was so shocked and rather scared actually. This was his post and of course I am not dragging out of context of the thread. Sorry it is the second most funny post ever on this site. To me at least.

I might wear a white tee shirt but that's it, no white pants for me.

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I am partial to the paint bomb. The trick is to get the explosive to sink right in the middle of the can to get even coverage. Light the fuse, make sure to close the door behind you, boom, job done.
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Old 11-03-2012, 01:25 AM   #12
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I am partial to the paint bomb. The trick is to get the explosive to sink right in the middle of the can to get even coverage. Light the fuse, make sure to close the door behind you, boom, job done.
Can you read man? My can plan is to deliver self painting products that you just set in the middle of the room. They explode on their own when they sense the room needs a color change.

Not to shut you down bubba but do you really want people, currently wanting to believe in one coat coverage that think primer and paint come in the same can playing with matches to light fuses?

My approach with everything including stuffed animals in the can, offers buyers a magical choice I think.


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