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Old 05-05-2013, 06:05 PM   #1
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Hi I'm Josh. I have a small painting business in east Tennessee. I've been a painter all of my adult life. I've seen this forum referred to on the pro forum and thought I would check it out.
Like to share my experience and always trying to learn something new or see something from a different perspective.

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Like to share my experience and always trying to learn something new or see something from a different perspective.
Well... you came to the right place. Welcome and have fun.

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Hi I'm Josh. I have a small painting business in east Tennessee. I've been a painter all of my adult life. I've seen this forum referred to on the pro forum and thought I would check it out.
Like to share my experience and always trying to learn something new or see something from a different perspective.
Hiya Josh,

You'll find plenty of issues here to discuss, share your experiences, and offer up suggestions - maybe even get into a few good, healthy arguments every now and then. You may learn some things in here - you may educate others in here...Just be respectful to all and you'll have a great time. Welcome.
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Hey Josh, welcome. I'm Joe. Thanks for introducing yourself. What's your opinion on paint and primer in one? Just kidding, don't answer that question, please, lol. It's an inside joke that you'll come to learn in time, if you stick around long enough.
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Hey Josh- good to see you over on this side of the fence.
It's kind of fun in a totally different way than PT. Grab a seat and hang on!
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Hey Josh, welcome. I'm Joe. Thanks for introducing yourself. What's your opinion on paint and primer in one? Just kidding, don't answer that question, please, lol. It's an inside joke that you'll come to learn in time, if you stick around long enough.
And it is being refined to now include discussion of new no prep paints that can go over dirt and chalky surfaces. And my personal fave, Annie Whatever's paints that are but plaster and cheap hobby acrylics mixed. No need to strip a piece of nice antique furniture anymore. Just slap one coat of chalk paint on it! Wax it and call it done. Stain and poly in one for the top.
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Hi I'm Josh. I have a small painting business in east Tennessee. I've been a painter all of my adult life. I've seen this forum referred to on the pro forum and thought I would check it out.
Like to share my experience and always trying to learn something new or see something from a different perspective.

and just how long have you been an adult?

welcome , btw
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and just how long have you been an adult?

welcome , btw
Well legally 19 years. In reality, not sure I'm there yet.
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Welcome just remember I'm always right. No, really great bunch on here and it is different from PT. So jump in and have fun.

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