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Paint gun storage

Discussion in 'Tech Tips' started by Outlaw, Dec 5, 2016.

  1. Outlaw

    Outlaw Member

    Has anyone got any photos of ideas they have came up with to store paint guns while not in use? I like to store mine without the cups, but so far they are stacked on top of each other with some soft cloth inbetween. I would like a way to have them all displayed and kept clean and safe so I can easily get the one I want opposed to digging thru the box each time I want a different gun.
     
  2. MP&C

    MP&C Member

    I'm a cheap bastard that frequents auctions. When this "Goggles Locker" from a local middle school went to auction, nobody wanted it due to the lack of shelves... I think I paid 20 for it.. Some of the goggles brackets have been tweaked...

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    gun brackets have a "cap" over the center to slow down the dust collection..

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  3. shine

    shine Member

    keep your old air couplers that leak that leak. mount them on a board to stick guns in . set it and slip a freezer back over it .
    a board with holes will work as well .
     
  4. Outlaw

    Outlaw Member

    Thanks MP, you made those brackets from scrap?
     
  5. Outlaw

    Outlaw Member

    Shine, do the guns mount to the board from the fitting on the bottom of the handle then?
     
  6. Outlaw

    Outlaw Member

    All my guns have the same threaded fitting coming out of the bottom of the gun handle. Is this a common thread or something special unique only to spray paint guns?
     
  7. MP&C

    MP&C Member

    Yes, I think they were 3/4 x 1/8 thick strips we had laying around.
     
  8. El_Duderino

    El_Duderino Member

    Devilbiss makes a reasonably priced rack to store them on.
     
  9. Joshua Coy

    Joshua Coy New Member

    Hi there, last year when my friend was shifted to his new house he hired professional moving companies queens who provided him moving and cabinets services. He wants to repaint-paint that cabinet. Any suggestions?
     

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