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#4
Nice job.

Ok, I gotta ask.... what is that masking paper you used? Looks like it came from an un-cut roll of bag/box label material for some company's product. Nothing wrong with that just curious.
 
#5
Lol. It's the paper used to package copy paper. Those are run off rolls from Georgia Pacific. Say they have a contract to make a companies paper and they decide to change the logo or design. These are the culls. Got a lifetime supply of the stuff. It's super. It has a plastic membrane embedded between two layers of thin ply paper. No bleed thru and it acts like a spray out when I'm painting to make sure I got complete coverage like a spray out card.
 
#6
It can't be recycled because of the plastic. So they have to either burn it or it fills a landfill. Every shop town body shop around here uses it. The roll is prolly two foot tall and three to four foot wide. A roll lasts me like four years. Got 10 rolls left. Then I guess I'll have to start buying the crap green paper from the paint jobber.
 
#8
Good deal. I just bought an 18" roll of the green masking for $16, free is real good and like you said no bleed thru that's a no brainer.
 
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