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Old 05/07/12, 10:40 PM   #1
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3m PPS

I paint occasionally, would the 3M PPS be cost effective to invest on?
I like the abllity of paint upside down- under edges of panels,etc.
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Old 05/08/12, 12:22 AM   #2
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YA IT ROCKS! Plain and simple! I use the devilbiss DeKups system because its cheeper but same thing. I got a bunch of the devilbiss stuff, 9 and 24oz, a full box of each (32 liners in a box). Enough to last me probably a lifetime. I love it. Clean up is much easyer and you dont use any cleaner fluid except a squirt in the gun. Unscrew the cup, pull the liner and toss. Fill the adapter with cleaner and shoot out. Done!

I mix the paint right in the liner with the plastic meter guage, cap it off, and shake. I dont even strain it. No need for strainers, or sticks, or mixing cups.

http://www.tcpglobal.com/spraygundepot/dekups.aspx

Dont even think about it just buy it now and enjoy! I never painted before last fall, but i bought a devilbiss gun, all the DeKupps stuff, and a bunch of other crap. Painting was so much fun i wish i had more to paint!!

Check out my first paint job ever!! And check out how i painted on my back! That stuff i was painting would have been impossible with out the cup system.
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Old 05/08/12, 12:27 AM   #3
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yes it is.... well worth it.

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Old 05/08/12, 01:41 PM   #4
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I use the decups system. Like everyone says there is no mess at all and very little clean up. Also most paints have a long pot life and you can take it off and cap it for later. I get all my supplies from smartshoppersinc.com They have good prices and quick shipping although you have to call in your order. They are still old fashion.

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