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Racking Tips

Discussion in 'Toys forum' started by SKUNKone, Jul 11, 2014.

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  1. ears

    ears Senior Member

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    I would use a bag it paint is heavy
     
  2. ears

    ears Senior Member

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    I would use a bag paint is heavy use a side bag or a laptop bag
     
  3. pngn3

    pngn3 Member

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    it would look sus though, and i dont need to get all the paint at once
     
  4. ears

    ears Senior Member

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    Painting and racking in one day what am left with

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  5. ears

    ears Senior Member

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    Up to them I do 8 cans minium started with 6

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  6. pngn3

    pngn3 Member

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    what kind of bag you use? today i racked 2 big sharpies and a blackbook, easy
     
  7. ears

    ears Senior Member

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    Side bag simple flick of the hand when it open like a side shoulder bag or a bag for life some timed even a black carrybag and stick them in a rucksack when you leave
     
  8. ears

    ears Senior Member

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  9. pngn3

    pngn3 Member

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    i havent got a sidebag, but i have a small bag that could probably fit 2 cans or so
     
  10. ears

    ears Senior Member

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    Try a bag for life or a plastic 5 cents bag and stick that Into a back pack after you leave the store
     
  11. pngn3

    pngn3 Member

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    yeah, good idea. thanks man
     
  12. ears

    ears Senior Member

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    Any time man
     
  13. pngn3

    pngn3 Member

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    my jacket can hold a good amount of stuff though
     
  14. ears

    ears Senior Member

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    Try a belt tuck I tried this I've walked out with them in my hands a couple of times becouse my bag get full it will fit 36 400ml
     
  15. ears

    ears Senior Member

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    Also watch out for embosed sercurity tags it's s a strip on the back most shop wouldn't have it but it worth a check
     
  16. pngn3

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    yeah, the michaels near me has no security towers, so i dont have to worry about that
     
  17. pngn3

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    and thats basically what im doing, but i cant do a belt tuck with a winter jacket. my winter jacket is double layered, and i safety pinned up the bottom between the 2 jackets, and i can put anything in there
     
  18. ears

    ears Senior Member

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    Just watch the waigh it should be fine
     
  19. pngn3

    pngn3 Member

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    yeah, i saw this on a shoplifting forum:
    Michael's: (2/10)
    • Cameras: Cameras aren't monitored unless ORC has been committed.
    • Loss Prevention: LP does not exist. Employees are always located at the framing counter, which is near the main offices.
    • Blind Spots: Blind spots are in very large amounts in Michael's. Take note.
    • Tagging: Tagging does not exist.
    • Walkouts vs Conceals: Any method will work. Very easy store.
    already found some blind spots
     
  20. ears

    ears Senior Member

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    Yea when I take a loads I bag at the can section but I move some can about to make a empty bottom shelf