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Old 06-26-2013, 01:38 PM   #1
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New Product okay Donna here you go.

The ideas that come to mind our endless for camping and Egging.

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Old 06-26-2013, 01:44 PM   #2
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I was just reading about this this morning.
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Old 06-26-2013, 01:58 PM   #4
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Is that all it takes? Gotta get me some of that...

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You'd never be able to repaint after applying this?

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My husband wants it for the front of his shirts. I told him you might as well dip his ties in it while he's at it.
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you'd never be able to repaint after applying this?

where is paula deen when you need her??
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I watched a really old movie a few weeks back where a peon employee invented
a white suit that could not be soiled in any way. But at the end of the movie it
began to deteriorate. Short life on the suit.......lol. He was running around in his
shorts. Needless to say, his path to fame and riches was destroyed. haha.

I can see maybe using this on the front of a trailer if not the whole thing
to ward off the evil car splatters. Oh, and not to mention the bugs on the front
of the car. May need to get me some of this. Not sure about spraying the tires.
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where is paula deen when you need her??
I really feel sorry for Paula.
Getting bamboozled by the politically correct machine.
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I can envision a house painter spraying his painting clothes with this stuff.
No more spots, drips, or splatters. lol. Kinda like that white suit.
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My son says it's to good to be true and probably causes cancer in lab rats.
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Wonder how it would work on a windshield?
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My son says it's to good to be true and probably causes cancer in lab rats.
Your son needs to talk to my Dad, who insists that Lab rats are born with cancer.
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I watched a really old movie a few weeks back where a peon employee invented
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began to deteriorate. Short life on the suit.......lol. He was running around in his
shorts. Needless to say, his path to fame and riches was destroyed. haha.
The Man in the White Suit -- one of my favorite Ealing Studios oldies (1951) staring Sir Alec Guinness.
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