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Tips For Painting In The Winter

Discussion in 'Tools and tips' started by bigtakeover, Jan 1, 2007.

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  1. rave905

    rave905 Senior Member

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    lol thats awsome
     
  2. huffer

    huffer Member

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    noo that shit blew hahah, kms crew has a dope video where there bombing in the snow real inspiring and nostalgic for me since some of my best memoreis are in the snow.
     
  3. Slushi

    Slushi Banned

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    If you live in Calorado, why do you have an NY avatar?
     
  4. huffer

    huffer Member

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    ^^if your not racist why do you have thath man in your avatar??? lol
    but on the real.
    because thats the crew.
     
  5. Lester Berns

    Lester Berns Senior Member

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    I'm talking about wholecars in a foot of snow, not frozen street signs or a quick throw up... aahhh nevermind...
     
  6. fannypack uprock

    fannypack uprock Elite Member

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    a side note. i appreciate the time you take to post in the tips portion of this forum mr burns. if only kids recognized the sort of advice they were receiving. hmpf. whaddya do.
     
  7. -COMIC-KCW-

    -COMIC-KCW- Member

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    damn... if the wall is frozen or wet will it fuck up yer throwies? i live in cally so i wouldnt know
     
  8. xtitansx0

    xtitansx0 Banned

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    amen....
    if u hold the marker in ur hand it will stay worm and if u want real warmth theres always
    asscrack
    groin
    armpit
    paint is so much harder to keep warm
     
  9. epikone

    epikone Senior Member

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    yo no word of a lie , what i use to keep my paint from not getting to cold are these things my mom buys for her mits in the winter ,its these fucked up lil tiny heating pads i think they are called " hot-paws" or some shyt like that they go inside ur boots or mits to kep ur toes and fingers warm ,lol i have two inside pockets in my jacket , so i put like two "ho-paws" in each pocket , mmmm keeps my a lil tosty and the paint warm ,but i really only use mini cans called " just enough" in the winter ,cuz they are smaller and i can keep like 4 cans in my jacket ,lol i duno thats just what i do ,
     
  10. einsamkeit

    einsamkeit Senior Member

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    or you can just dish 200+ $ on the new Nomis heated hoodies. I got one, it's like a portable electric blanket : )
     
  11. epikone

    epikone Senior Member

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    yeah but for the peopel that cant afford that shyt ( not saying i cant , i just didnt know that was even outyet , where do i get one )
     
  12. Slushi

    Slushi Banned

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    When did I say I wasn't racist?
     
  13. xtitansx0

    xtitansx0 Banned

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    i lol'd at that
    and for not leaving foormarks rto ur house, go in a store or some shit they cant tract you down due to how many pl are in and out
    or walk in the street since itsusualy plowed or mushy snow that wont show thta well
     
  14. chief

    chief Senior Member

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    this has brobably been said but for piecing in the winter bring a small cooler,like one meant for a six pack, fill a bottle up with hot water and put five more cans in keeps them nice and warm so no low pressure.

    i was rockin my pilot last winter and after one letter the nib froze and i was more scraping it on a doorway lol. mops are way better in winter time.
     
  15. brandonb5269

    brandonb5269 Senior Member

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    i just out 1 of those instant heat pack things that activates when air hits it in each one of my work glvoes
    it keeps ur hands warm, and warms the can and keeps it warm well u paint. i carry my paint in my jacket untill ineed them.
     
  16. Woak..

    Woak.. New Member

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    i take a small flask with a hot drink in it, obv. itsup to you what drink you choose..
     
  17. AVID1

    AVID1 Senior Member

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    Ahhh Also try to hit up places with less wind... I know that here in laval there aren't so many really tall buildings in certain areas, just a bunch of empty lots and fields and shit so there's lots of wind that makes shit alot colder but when I go to downtown montreal there's tons of buildings and shit and the wind isn't strong at all, and it's alot easier.
    Sooo just saying in winter it's a better idea to hit up really urban areas with lots of buildings... I might be wrong this is just my experience.
     
  18. hazetheone

    hazetheone Elite Member

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    haha i cant say i have to deal with theese probs i live in mobile,alabama and the current temp is 65 and 50% humidity so about 70 degrees ha
     
  19. Lester Berns

    Lester Berns Senior Member

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  20. sir.one

    sir.one Moderator

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    how long were you out there.