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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. hazetheone

    hazetheone Elite Member

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    shit reppin alabama dude fucking 74 degrees today with humidity
     
  2. whiskey_tpc

    whiskey_tpc Member

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    it just sucks becuse im in a vally right next to big bear mnt so temprtuers are extreme eithere 25 degrees to fuckin 110
     
  3. hazetheone

    hazetheone Elite Member

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    haha that sucks dude
     
  4. whiskey_tpc

    whiskey_tpc Member

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    fuck yeah but never had a problem with a marker in winter so i get aloung
     
  5. kausthree

    kausthree Member

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    me and some dudes went taggin at a train stop place last weekend and when i was climbing a fence i lost one of my gloves. my right hand was freezing every place we went.
     
  6. whiskey_tpc

    whiskey_tpc Member

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    during these winter times i have a reguler sceduel of going to dennys after crushing shit and i always find at least 5 cop cars there and it just cracks me up becuse i know if they did there job they would of caught me and i know theyve seen the stains on my hands
     
  7. AEROSOL_FEEN

    AEROSOL_FEEN Senior Member

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    whats winter? haha...we have not winter here.....
     
  8. AEROSOL_FEEN

    AEROSOL_FEEN Senior Member

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    whats winter? haha...we have nowinter here.....
     
  9. *Soap*

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    I drive in my car when I go out painting... I keep the paint next to the cooling system and I just put in it on hot so the paint is nice and warm (also the cans ;))...
    Then I put on my bike gloves (warm ;))...
    and that is that...
     
  10. crik

    crik Senior Member

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    i went out last night. it was around 15 below. just gotta keep the can in your pocket. only thing you can really do are tags and throw ups though cause you gotta keep the can warm. only upside about it is there is NO ONE outside or even wanting to look outside haha! Northern Minnesota. goddamn.
     
  11. HEFster

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    fog is nice too. just gotta remember to wipe off the wall (if its not brick, etc) cuz little particles of moisture/water stay on there. i didnt bother to do shit and my throwie had a couple sad little drips, give or take it was on the fill, but whatever :(
     
  12. crik

    crik Senior Member

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    yeah when it's so cold that it can't snow you dont even have to worry about moisture or paint dripping cause it freezes on contact haha
     
  13. barkzgotbite

    barkzgotbite Senior Member

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    i just carry my cans in my bag covered in sweaters and shit and there usually fine when i take them out
     
  14. hazetheone

    hazetheone Elite Member

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    i put them in the pockets of my shorts :)
     
  15. REPTAR_3RK

    REPTAR_3RK Member

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    My advice for keppin your writing hand warm. get a pair of leather thin gloves. mainly for can grip. inside that glove wear a small cotton pair of gloves for insulation. keeps your hands relativly warm and clear of paint. i myself am gonna be doing some experimenting with finger tip insulation.
     
  16. Lester Berns

    Lester Berns Senior Member

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    people, let me get this right, is it below zero where you guys live? I do pieces all winter long, full color, with minimal problems... and it sounds like most of you are just trying to get off a throwup or a scribble... my last piece was on a 22 degree day... I just dont see what all the anguish is about. I'll refer to my previous advice... muscle through it!!!
     
  17. crik

    crik Senior Member

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    yes it is below zero the past week. 22 degrees isnt bad as long as there isnt any wind at all
     
  18. Trippy

    Trippy Senior Member

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    wear alot of layers dumb fuck
     
  19. koer1

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    HELL YA... i couldnt press down the can and the cap felt harder to press i ended up using my thumb lol
     
  20. MESN[905]

    MESN[905] Senior Member

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    make sure U dont bring Ur cans out in the cold for mad time cause they lose pressure and then theyll fuckin skeet all over