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Rick Bowerman
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wipe out tool

Post by Rick Bowerman » Sun Mar 05, 2017 12:39 am

Can anyone Recommend a straight tip and a round tip wipe out tool please

I have a Mack wipe out tool with the point and angled tips

Id like to find a straight tip and a rounded tip

Saw some when I goggled but not sure if they are for pushing paint(One Shot) on auto painted surfaces, for lettering and striping work

Rick Bowerman
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Re: wipe out tool

Post by Rick Bowerman » Mon Mar 06, 2017 10:41 am

wow , this place is a ghost town

Dan Seese
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Re: wipe out tool

Post by Dan Seese » Thu Mar 09, 2017 1:28 pm

Hi Rick,

This forum is a largely untapped treasure of information. Unfortunately, it doesn't have as much traffic as some other sites which tend to receive the near-immediate feedback we've come to expect in our communication fast-lanes. Though I've profited immensely from discussions in the past, I check in only sporadically. I'm not sure how much longer it will be maintained without requesting donations from participants as the Colorado Letterheads have underwritten the site for several years and may not be able to continue. Mike Jackson may be able to entlighten us on the current status.

As to your specific question: I don't know what a wipe out tool is so I'm of no help.

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Re: wipe out tool

Post by Doug Bernhardt » Sun Mar 19, 2017 3:52 pm

Never heard of that tool either...anyone have a clue? Wonder what it's used to wipe out?

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