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    Red neck' Spray Paint shaker

    I hate to shake up paint cans. So I took an old saws all blade and welded two worm clamps to it. Works great. :thumbup:



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    Re: Red neck' Spray Paint shaker

    LOL!!!! Thats great!!!
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    Re: Red neck' Spray Paint shaker

    Nice, but I think I've seen that invention on an infomercial or Cool Tools though.

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    Re: Red neck' Spray Paint shaker

    yee haw...thats the kind of engineering I can appreciate. You ever make a decision by putting a circle on the driveway with all the options and spinning a rotary with a mark on it to see where it lands?
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    Re: Red neck' Spray Paint shaker

    Quote Originally Posted by A4 1.8tqm View Post
    Nice, but I think I've seen that invention on an infomercial or Cool Tools though.
    If you think were you saw it let me know, I might be able to improve mine. I have seen worm screws with wide blades on the head to tighten it, I might try that . I have seen one that spins in a drill but I thought this was more like shaking.

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    Re: Red neck' Spray Paint shaker

    Quote Originally Posted by smooth72 View Post
    If you think were you saw it let me know, I might be able to improve mine. I have seen worm screws with wide blades on the head to tighten it, I might try that . I have seen one that spins in a drill but I thought this was more like shaking.
    I googled a bit, couldn't find anything. Maybe it was a dream LOL. Be sure to post V2 if you make one

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    Re: Red neck' Spray Paint shaker

    Wow.... now that's some funny stuff right there.
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    Re: Red neck' Spray Paint shaker

    Redneck engineering FTW!

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    Re: Red neck' Spray Paint shaker

    Someone posted on another site that they have made one to sale.
    MixKwik - The Premiere Aerosol Can Mixer and Paint Shaker @ $24

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    Re: Red neck' Spray Paint shaker

    I don't care who ya are.....that's great!!!!!
    God bless the pigmies in....


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