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Hay hay hay

11-08-2018 02:13:14

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I wanted to treat the wood sides and floor of my manure spreaders. I was looking for an easier method than a brush and roller. I found your recommendation in the archives. I went to Harbor Freight and bought an "Abrasive Blast Gun" based on your recommendations. I works like a charm, fast, easy, cheap and clean. Thanks

Now how about an easy way to fix my dozen half full paint spray cans that no longer work?????

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Charles in Aus.

11-08-2018 03:32:15

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 Re: Thanks Jeffcat and Nobite in reply to Hay hay hay, 11-08-2018 02:13:14  
That's an easy one !
Take a tubeless tyre valve , remove the core and hold it over the nozzle tube of the can once you have removed the spray head . Connect a tyre inflator to the valve body , use a compressor to put in 2 or 3 PSI into the can , be careful not to over pressurise .
As long as the nozzle tube is not full of dried paint the can will have more than enough gas to allow you to use what's left . Works a treat on WD40 and the like as well . Only draw back is that the air will ruin the paint over time so try to use all the can soon after you've re gassed it .

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Russ from MN

11-08-2018 06:41:27

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 Re: Thanks Jeffcat and Nobite in reply to Charles in Aus., 11-08-2018 03:32:15  
Good idea Charles! I have added air to aerosol cans but never used a valve stem.

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11-08-2018 07:00:26

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 Re: Thanks Jeffcat and Nobite in reply to Russ from MN, 11-08-2018 06:41:27  
Things like this is the reason I read this thread every day.

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