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Paint Gun Cleaning

paint gun cleaning

    paint gun
  • A paintball marker, also known as a paintball gun, is the main piece of equipment in the sport of paintball. Markers use an expanding gas, such as carbon dioxide or compressed air, to propel paintballs through the barrel.

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  • make clean by removing dirt, filth, or unwanted substances from; "Clean the stove!"; "The dentist cleaned my teeth"

  • the act of making something clean; "he gave his shoes a good cleaning"

  • Remove the innards of (fish or poultry) prior to cooking

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paint gun cleaning - Krud Kutter

Krud Kutter PR01 Clear Paint Remover Spray Gun and Equipment Cleaner with Mild Odor, 1 Gallon

Krud Kutter PR01 Clear Paint Remover Spray Gun and Equipment Cleaner with Mild Odor, 1 Gallon

Contains no methylene chloride, caustic or other harsh chemicals and easily cleans up with water. Dual action commercial strength formula. Spray tips, guns and other equipment parts can be soaked in the stripper/cleaner for effortless paint removal and cleaning. When sprayed through a spray gun and paint sprayer, it is effective cleaner. It can also be used to flush lines. Will not corrode metal parts and will not pit aluminum. Parts cleaner/stripper directions: can be used on metal, plastic, and rubber parts to remove common household paint and varnish including latex, alkyds, stains, enamels, lacquers, clear paints, and also epoxy. The cleaner should be used in a container made of heavy-duty polyethylene, steel, or stainless steel, and a wire basket or screen placed at the bottom of the container will be helpful in removing parts from the stripper solution. Pour cleaner into your container to the desired level, based on the amount of parts to be stripped. Stir thoroughly with mixing stick or paddle before use. Immerse gun or parts to be stripped in the cleaner. Stripping time will depend on type of paint and number of layers to be removed, and will vary from minutes to overnight. To determine if items have been stripped, periodically lift parts out of container. It may be necessary to remove loosened paint with a wire brush or scrub pad, and this can be done over the dipping container, or seperate container. Contains: a proprietary blend of biodegradable surfactants, detergents, and emulsifiers, in a water-based solution. No petroleum solvents, bleach or ammonia. Caution: eye and skin irritant. In case of contact with eyes or skin, flush with water for 15 minutes. If irritation persists, seek medical attention. If swallowed, take large amounts of water. Do not induce vomiting. Get medical attention. Do not mix this product with any other chemicals. Keep out of reach of children. Mild odor. Container size: 1 gallon.

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My most valuable treasure

My most valuable treasure

This is a roll around box my Grandfather made from scratch, when he worked at Ford automotive manufacturing in the fifties and sixties to haul around his tools with. He was a maintinance man and before that he was a rock mason. He was a huge man who died of Cancer when I was small kid. His parents were Irish/Scottish immigrants who came to America to work during the Industrial revolution. They had a lot of kids, more than I will ever know, they couldn't afford to raise all of the kids, so they dropped my Grandfather and some of his siblings off at an Catholic orphanage to be raised, never to return.

I'm sure my Grandfather was a hand full. I'm sure the Nun's faith was tested. He was a bigwhiteknucklin'headbangingshitstirring man until the day he died. He also was the hardest working person I ever met. He drank Pabst Blue Ribbon and smoked Pall Malls until the day he died. The last years of life was pure misery as he was eaten alive by cancer and mis-diagnosed as have TB...He like all people his age had contracted TB when they were kids and it always showed up in blood test, the entire family had to get painful TB shots, but he had cancer and while the Doctors wasted time with thinking he had TB, the cancer speead to his entire body. I'm sure the smoking did not help, and I'm sure the air quality in the Ford factory was not near what it is today.

But none the less he left the orphanage at an early age, sometime around the age of twelve and went to work and raised a half dozen or more of his siblings. He never recieved a proper education and was ashamed of this fact, as I heard him preach the virtues of it to my Uncles and mother, though in vain. I wish he were alive just so I could tell him that even though he did not recieve a formal education, that he did fine without it. Every year he grew a huge garden and hand deliver truck loads of fresh vegatables to the orphange that he grew up in. I went with him a few times to the orphanage. It was the only time I remember him being humble, he feared the nuns and God.

I think a lot of this man. I grew up in foster care and when things were really bad for me, he tried in vain to help me. I only saw this man cry once in my life and that was when he was sick and dying of cancer, and was holding me after trying to rescue me from hell, as they took me back to foster hell. He was the only one who knew and cared and tried. (My grandmother, god rest her soul, was wore out from taking care of my grandfather's health, she was a good woman.)

When Grandpa died, all the sons came and pick thru his stuff. Grandma put this tool cart aside for me because Grandpa always let me stand on it when it was in his garage where the pool table was so I could watch everybody play. I used the tool cart as an early skateboard and always admired it. It meant a lot to Grandpa and it means a lot to me. I have used it my whole adult working life. It was my first roll around box that held my tools and now it holds my porta power. I will keep it and pass it on to my kids.

I need to go visit his grave, but I have such a hang up about graveyards and why anyone should be remembered in a grassy field full of other dead people is beyond me. I think I'll just go find some PBR and cuss alot instead!

Painting with a Pigeon

Painting with a Pigeon

Forget brushes. Forget rollers. Forget spray guns.

Find out why thousands of professional painters are turning to The New Amazing Pigeon Brush to handle their toughest outdoor jobs.

“This little pigeon packs a wallop!”
-Ted Greenaway, President,

“It not only paints great, but it saves me the hassle of getting my kids a smelly pet rabbit”
- Sam “Mr. Paint” Oslen, Founder, Mr. Paint and Associates

And if you think they’re happy, wait until you hear from the pigeons.

“Before, I was just aimlessly drifting around the park living from crumb to crumb. I was totally unfulfilled. Now I’m in love with my own life!”
- Fred, satisfied piegon

Kit includes:
- 20ft. extendo-pole with pigeon-grip adaptor
- pigeon trap with sturdy metal cage and annoying 6-year old to throw potato chips
- 6 gallon cleaning tank with 1-month supply of patented “EZ Pigeon Clean” solution
- rooftop wood and wire pigeon nest (some assembly required)
- BONUS: 1-hour “Painting with Pigeons” DVD

Best of all it’s PETA-approved!!!

Order yours today at and receive The New Amazing Squirrel Mop absolutely FREE!


buiding painter, 20th&Lombard (?) + pigeon, Pbiladelphia, PA, manipulated

paint gun cleaning

paint gun cleaning

Wagner 0515034 ProCoat Stand Airless Paint Sprayer

The ProCoat allows users to draw paint directly from 1 or 5 gallon cans. It's powerful 2800 P.S.I. piston pump, coupled with a 25' hose and lightweight metal spray gun model No. GX 05 with 515 reversible tip and integrated tip holder easily tackles large projects. A full size in line filter accepts standard G thread (7 8''). Pressure selector allows you to adjust them from 1000 to 2800 P.S.I. The ProCoat sprays most architectural coatings including thick exterior latex paints without thinning. Convenient carrying handle and lightweight design for easy movement around the job site. Centrally located controls simplify operation from start up to clean up. .24 GPM piston pump. The unit has a suction tube for use with either a 1 or 5 gallon can. Powered by electric 120V 1 2 HP motor. Refer to SKU 790424 for 25' replacement hose. Refer to SKU 789062 for replacement gun. Tip sizes range from a 0.009'' to 0.015'' orifice. Contact Wagner for additional tips.

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