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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 12-16-2002, 10:07 PM Thread Starter
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sorry about the site being screwy today

i was trying to figure it out this morning, but it was nothing on our side of the screen, so i contacted our guys and had them figure what was up, some servor bogging down performace from some sites, well it looks like they got it fixed.

i FINALLY got a chance to personalize my office with my style of decor...its coming along good.

the wife walk in and was like WTF???
so i guess i got the look i want



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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 12-16-2002, 10:33 PM
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so did you finish that dragon or what.

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so did you finish that dragon or what.
Exactly what came to my mind. Let's see it.
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post #4 of 10 (permalink) Old 12-17-2002, 09:56 AM Thread Starter
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nahh i never finished the head of it even, infact i am going to wash or scrub or power wash this paint off...i like it the way it was.

pete is there any good way to get it off fast or easy?
there water based paints i got at the hobby store.



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Do not powerwash it off....it's wood right?

Strip it off with terpentine or paint thinner. Just do it in the garage with some fresh air or you may kill your last ten brain cells....
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I dont remember what it is made of. If wood like Kruz said, I would get a paint stripper from the store. If plastic, brake fluid generally works, but dont leave on too long. Water based paints are water soluable. But once they are dry they dont react to water all that well. You can try to scrub it off. But if you have a smooth coat of paint on there, just prime it and paint a solid color that works for you.

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its like some kind of plastic/plaster mold of some kind?



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if its plaster, its gona chip or scratch if scrubbed too hard. if its a plastic resin, you should be ok. I'd just prime and paint in either case to be safe.

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YEAH thats it pete, plastic resin.
i remember him saying that now



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YEAH thats it pete, plastic resin.
i remember him saying that now
That stuff is tough as nails if its thick. Else it chips easy. You should be able to use brake fluid to soften up the paint and an old tooth brush to scrub it off if you want.

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