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    Default Paint removal from screens

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    What is the best way to remove paint overspray and small drops of paint from screens?

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    I tell my customers that it can't be removed, use of solvents is going to affect the color of the mesh and it will look like crap. Sell them re-screening or move on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by puntadigital View Post
    I tell my customers that it can't be removed, use of solvents is going to affect the color of the mesh and it will look like crap. Sell them re-screening or move on.
    +1

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    Quote Originally Posted by puntadigital View Post
    I tell my customers that it can't be removed, use of solvents is going to affect the color of the mesh and it will look like crap. Sell them re-screening or move on.
    +2

    I also give them my painter's number

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    I tell then to have the painter to pay for the rescreening.
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    Thanks for the advice guys. If they go for the re-screen, I will have to thank the painter!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mooneymade1 View Post
    Thanks for the advice guys. If they go for the re-screen, I will have to thank the painter!
    Careful with your words if it was the homeowner!
    It's Possible

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    Quote Originally Posted by llaczko View Post
    Careful with your words if it was the homeowner!
    Thanks. Already checked. They went with the lowballer.

 

 

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