Kribman

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Heres a bluegie crank I just finished. I know that there was a little bit of splatter, and i was wondering if I should water down the paint, or if that means its too thin. comment please

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Kribman - I just had a half page answer here, just lost the lot ****** gee sometimes posting is frustrating for a one finger typist - no more comment, I will have another go later. pete

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Very interesting "rusty" paint job, although it seems that you had a paint problem I think you should give it a go like that. ;)

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single action, makes everything a pain in the butt! thanks for the advice, I'll check for bends or splits in the needle and get back to you.

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Kribman, I also suggest that you have your paint mixed thoroughly. I had a problem with paint splatter for a time and found that my Creatix was not mixed enough before painting with it. Started shaking for 2-3 min. and have not had that problem since. Don't know if you are using acrylics or not. Oh well, just my .02. God luck to you.

David

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