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  1. #11
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    Smile Re: Expensieve Paintbrush

    I am a Painter in Canada running a midsize painting business and I do like
    and buy and will buy these clips as long as they are available.
    My people like it to.
    It's seems, these little clips will last forever, and are reusable,
    insert-able and removable.
    Actually, I would say the clip on my brush makes my work ergonomic as the
    brush is always in handy close to grab it blindly.
    When I work with sc****r or roller or with different size of paintbrush, the
    other brush waiting for me in vertical position
    in the bucket, and like so, that vertically held position for the expensive
    brush does maintains the integrity of its bristles.
    Good, US product. Simple and Smart! Some of you trying killing a good US
    product?

    Mary, the Painter from Canada

  2. #12
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    Default Re: Expensieve Paintbrush

    The posts by these spammers are the most dumbly worded/structured posts I've ever read!

    Three "new" names pop up, all with one post, singing the praises of some stupid little plastic hook.
    "All my people use them..."
    ***.

    Puh-leeez....
    Oh! I forgot...they're "Goodwill" posts...

    Faron

  3. #13
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    Default Re: Expensieve Paintbrush

    Quote Originally Posted by Faron View Post
    The posts by these spammers are the most dumbly worded/structured posts I've ever read!

    Three "new" names pop up, all with one post, singing the praises of some stupid little plastic hook.
    "All my people use them..."
    ***.

    Puh-leeez....
    Oh! I forgot...they're "Goodwill" posts...

    Faron
    What, you're not buying that these are valid posters either?
    I suffer from CDO ... Its like OCD, but in alphabetical order, LIKE IT SHOULD BE!!!

  4. #14
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    Default Re: Expensieve Paintbrush

    LOL Spruce!

    Yeah...I may not be the "brightest bulb on the porch"...but I'm not totally burned-out either!!

    Faron

  5. #15
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    Default Re: Expensieve Paintbrush

    Speaking of bulbs, is it better to paint with a bright bulb or a dim bulb?
    I suffer from CDO ... Its like OCD, but in alphabetical order, LIKE IT SHOULD BE!!!

  6. #16
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    Default Re: Expensieve Paintbrush

    Quote Originally Posted by A. Spruce View Post
    Speaking of bulbs, is it better to paint with a bright bulb or a dim bulb?


    Spruce,,,,,It depends on the finish your looking for. I think a Tulip Bulb (with leafs) would make for a interesting Faux Finish.

    All joking aside,Josephatosh if you are spamming its not the way to get exposure. You should of just came out and said your tied to the Brush Holder. You could possibly make some sales,but most important you could get great feedback from the Pro's & Diyer using them like a "Focus Group" the same way Fortune 500 Companys do before taking a product to retail.
    Gizmo

    Cut it 3 times & it's still to short.
    Inventor of the Miter Master Plus.

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  7. #17
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    Default Re: Expensieve Paintbrush

    I am not related to this co.

    I just found them on web by searching for relatives. Atosh is not really a common name.

    Regards,
    Joseph S. Atosh

    ( I will not post anymore as my intention was missunderstood by a couple of owner of this good forum)

  8. #18
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    Default Re: Expensieve Paintbrush

    A. Spruce & Gizmo...

    Forgot to give ya credit on your Bright-bulb/dim-bulb slam there!! Pretty funny!

    Yeah...I've painted with a dim-bulb before...
    HEY wait a minute....all my painting has been solo.....Uffda...!

    Faron

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