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My Point Exactly!

From: Mike B
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Date: November 16, 2003


Chuck, that just makes my point. Who wants to put that much money into paint (and ALL THE PREP) if the rot is still there? It would be a huge waste of time and money. I agree that the painting, unless you have a lot of experience, is probably the phase that should be done by pro's. The new paints with cyoacrylates are VERY dangerous if you breath or get into mucous areas. But I also yearn to learn, so I want to try it. Besides, new tools and equipment would have to be purchased, so it would be a win all the way around. As I have always said, a job that doesn't result in new tools and equipment is not worth doing. But it makes it more expensive. Mike


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