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Paint Thinnin'

Discussion in 'Tools and tips' started by ORiON, Mar 20, 2006.

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  1. Hask420

    Hask420 Senior Member

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    lol oh my goodness
     
  2. krazzie_ammo

    krazzie_ammo Senior Member

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    bumparooo for an answer.
     
  3. souper-soker

    souper-soker Guest

    why the fuck does every one start new threads 4 this shit its trial and error throw the thinner in there and if it doesnt work then try it again and not to be a dick but GHETTO KRINK DOES NOT HAVE @ BE A SERTAIN COLOR it can be any color god dahm go make some markers and use em pce.
     
  4. NAME246

    NAME246 Member

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    yes but it will drip a lot.
     
  5. RaZoR123

    RaZoR123 Senior Member

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    Naw, depends how much he uses...just watch the consistency!!!
     
  6. Hask420

    Hask420 Senior Member

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    lol this is the worst thread just add paint thinner to oil based paint and bamm or if its gay latex or acrylic then use rubbing alch. er somthing
     
  7. KLYPSE6193

    KLYPSE6193 Banned

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    Paint THINNER +rust Paint(aluminum)= Ghetto Krink:p
     
  8. paint fumes have rotted my brain

    paint fumes have rotted my brain Senior Member

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    i tried making krink but shit gets fucked up if you add too much thinner... you can even use motor oil if your making black krink, then thin it, works quite well, its really trial and error though
     
  9. pockets5096

    pockets5096 Member

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    try using 3/4 paint and 1/4 thinner but it really depends on the viscousity(sp) or thickness of your paint but i would start out with that and then add more thinner add paint and such but make sure you do it in measured proportions so next time you don't have to experiment as much and you have the ingredients to make the ink you like
     
  10. RaZoR123

    RaZoR123 Senior Member

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    A little too much thinner there...
     
  11. pockets5096

    pockets5096 Member

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    Thats What i start with the finish product has different measurements i need to find where i placed the measuremeants
     
  12. tanka

    tanka Member

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  13. SPAZTiC

    SPAZTiC Senior Member

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    lol you can tell if its oil based if it says oil based on the can or if it says Alkyd. thats the same thing. I work in the paint department at a store... i make inks in my spare time with the companies paint :p

    so fun.
     
  14. SKriBL*666

    SKriBL*666 Elite Member

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    Paint thinner?
    Lacquer Thinner?
    If i dont have Paint thinner handy, can i use lacquer thinner?
     
  15. Tagger101

    Tagger101 Senior Member

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    Rusto doesnt have to be ALUMINUM!!!!!
    aluminums a fucking color
    all it has to be is oil based
    only reason why they say aluminum is kuz thats
    what color is most popular krink color
    ive made green and it comes out perfect


    ^^^ yes you can
    same thing
     
  16. SKriBL*666

    SKriBL*666 Elite Member

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    high 5 for the quick answer.
    thanx
     
  17. fnt

    fnt Senior Member

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    lacquer thinner is more powerful than paint thinner, it should be fine, but remember that as you get more powerful, like xylene and acetone, you run the risk of melting the plastic of your marker
     
  18. SPAZTiC

    SPAZTiC Senior Member

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    yeah exactly, over time it will eat thru it basically...

    i would suggest mineral spirits or just paint thinner...
     
  19. Dynamyte

    Dynamyte New Member

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    when you thin your paint do you put more paint thinner than there is paint ?
     
  20. NEKEL1

    NEKEL1 Senior Member

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    white spiit is pint thinner:rolleyes: