I opened my beautiful new paint gun and read through the guide cover to cover [ok, so I actually started to, but got confused with all of the technical terminology and decided to figure it out as I go. [first mistake]]
What ensued next will forever go down in history as what I call "World War Peach."
And as I was stressing about the mess and trying to control the situation, I managed to dump the paint. You are looking at about $7 worth of messy, icky frustration right here! That wasn't the gun's fault [yes it was. I'm totally blaming the paint gun] The spilled paint just added to the whole World War Peach experience because it soaked through and now we have peach grass...
Even the de glosser [which should have been safely out of harm's way] became a casualty.
And as for my shiny new gun... forget about it. It looks like a Jackson Pollock piece now.
I was frustrated, so I took a break and went inside to get a snack for me and my daughter. I just laughed when she chose orange sherbet. I just couldn't escape that color!!
As for the paint job... it was alright. Yes, it went faster, but it seemed a little thick... perhaps I should thin the paint next time?
I don't know... I guess I'll give it another try. Someday. Do you have experience with these contraptions? Can you offer any advice?! I'd love to hear it!!