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Old 06-13-2013, 02:42 PM   #16
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Wife got me one of those Handi pails and got to admit after getting used to it I kinda like it.
I like them too ToolSeeker. They are nice for times when you're doing multiple colors at the same time. You can interchange the clear liners or use multiple Handi Pails to keep the job moving along. If I stop for a length of time, I just wrap a plastic bag around the pail and nothing dries out.

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Sheridan.... Nice write-up..,,. and somegood points....thanks
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Wow what a great write up, thanks.

I am very guilty of this...

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Never wipe the brush after each dip. This is probably the biggest mistake I see people make. You're effectively depriving the brush of its ability to function and working against yourself.
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Glad I could help djonesax. Now that you're not going to be wiping off all the just applied paint you should be ready to go, lol. Good luck with it.

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