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    Maybe most of you guys know this already, but I will share with you how I make my stencil life a little easier.

    When Im using them every day, and although I have a few sets, they become thick very quickly.

    When I get get back to the garage, I put them in the deep freeze for an hour, then my kids love peeling them !
    So ive really got it made on that front.

    Also, using the the yellow graco 319 tip or similar for spraying stencils really puts too much product on the stencil, I use a regular 315 size black graco tip to spray letters and numbers.

    Just my 0.2 cents, please tell me if theres an even better way.

    Side note, a brinks security truck drove through my coned off area last night running over the cones and the wet lines right outside the front door of a grocery store, wow!, now ive really had it all.

    Great book Dan !
    When I have time I want to make a Mr Box, and eliminate and employee, Ha !!,




    Another suggestion: I was doing a parking lot with 18 handicap stencils when, lo and behold, I noticed a do-it-yourself car wash across the street. I thought; how convenient. I took the stencils over and washed them off. I was back painting in 5 minutes. At the end of the season, I’ve also taken them over when dry and washed them off that way too.

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