They know they can make life miserable for the club/event manager for
the rest of his/her years if some kid scratches the car, and the manager
knows it, too.
They are angry - put the money they could have spent on a car into high
risk investment. Cost of success :o)
Because he goes to school with the kids who park cars and sees them peel
out of the parking lot every day :o) His "crappy Hyundai" is his most
valuable posession, his image, his route to freedom and all that entails :o)
I know a millionaire who sold his wife's used lipsticks at a garage
On 18 Oct 2004 15:54:59 -0700, email@example.com (ississauga)
First, if you're asking these questions you're really not qualified
for the job.
Most painters will backroll a sprayed finish on a standard drywall.
Quality materials, quality prep and exacting technique are what
improve the quality of the job, and most tools can be used
interchangably if you have perfected the use of the tool you choose.
Locally, high end homes will be sprayed for both primer and finish
coats, and backrolled. Some woodwork will be sprayed with an airless
or HVLP setup, especially lacquered finishes that are locally popular
in fine cabinetry areas, but much of it is still brushwork.
Of course locally, after your masterful work the faux artist comes in
and covers it up anyway.. :)
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