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Thread: Spray Painting a monitor




  1. #21
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    Default Re: Spray Painting a monitor

    Probably not, people work on telephone poles with thick rubber/latex gloves and they are fine.
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    Default Re: Spray Painting a monitor

    yea.... guess I should have read this 3 days ago. I just spray painted my monitor with the whole thing attached together. It's like zapping or something. From time to time, it would like expand the screen a bit n power up as if you were turning on a monitor or something. Then it would zap down a bit and loose power. Think it's safe to use? It's zapping n clicking. Sometimes, nothing happens. THink it's safe to use?
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  3. #23
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    Default Re: Spray Painting a monitor

    hmm.. well if it keeps turning on and off, and making bizarre electrical noises.. then no way. It wouldn't even be convienent to use if it constantly goes on and off.

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