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  1. faglun
    01-30-2013 05:20 PM
    faglun
    wever
  2. JAWS
    07-24-2011 04:53 AM
    JAWS
    Going to the Keys! Have fun! Watch out for Sharks
  3. JAWS
    07-21-2011 01:08 AM
    JAWS
    Hey Jawsfan1975

    Good to see you likes The Reef. I did also. Thought it was the best Shark movie after JAWS. Waaaaaaaay after JAWS.

    Eric
  4. B.Hulk
    08-04-2010 09:11 PM
    B.Hulk
    Anytime, loved the gallery...
  5. talstarone
    08-04-2010 01:34 PM
    talstarone
    You are sincerely welcomed.I just call them as I see them.
  6. Trogdor2010
    07-27-2010 03:09 AM
    Trogdor2010
    Hi Jaws fan

    I'm no real expert on paints, because I haven't really used any sort of paint. It could make a good DIY project for me

    As with normal screen material, the type of paint you use to make it effective will be determined by the environment you use it with. You might want to ask someone else that has a better idea of it and have used paint material before. Paint is also a cheaper alternative to the pulldown screens and frames and can be as useful as they can.

    My best advice is to keep the paint as uniform as you can get it, because inconsistencies can lead to unwanted bumps and textures that can be bothersome when watching movies.

    Again I have little experience with these types of materials. I would recommend looking for links involving paints as screens, or at websites such as AVSFORUM.COM for some help. Any questions offered will be welcomed and answers as best as I can.

    Sincerely yours

    Trogdor2010

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