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PawPawRay

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I've watched so many videos this morning I don't remember which one, but in one of them dipping them into paint was mentioned as a way to speed up the painting process.   How thin does the paint need to be to do this and how do you handle the drip accumulation? 
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Great question. Take a look at a previous post on the Forum titled "Paint Dripping". It was originally posted by 'Davy' on '02/24'.
Cynthia replied with a great explanation of the paint dipping method.

Here is the link to that post Paint Dipping.

I have never tried doing this and would be very interested to hear and see your results if you decide to give it a try.
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Udie;
   Used to work for my ex-father and we made hammer handles by the thousands and we dipped them in urathane and it was thinned to about a 10 viscosity, we also did the same thing with rug stretchers but they were done in trays and made sure that they did not over lap one another .... as one would expect they were ok for the work place but with paint .... well that is a horse of a different color.
Good Luck Don
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