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Paint shaker

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Piece of flat aluminum or plywood a long sawzall blade a regular jigsaw blade and an old empty spray can that you cut the top off and gorilla tape.A couple of hose clamps and a piece that you turn round ans cut in half to use the hose clamps on.also a small piece of bungee to hold the bottle so it does not fly out.

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I tried a tie wrap in my drill and shoved it in the bottle, worked good. I don't really need it because I don't know how to use an air brush. cwm27.gif

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I use a bent piece of through wire for a quick mix outside the bottle or for mixing primer in the mixing cups,,,, when I mix inside the bottle I use the little $9.00 mixers you can buy,,,,

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I have an older oscillating sander that I broke the pad off of when using. I made a little holder for it, works pretty well. I have tilted a bit to the side. Have to be careful with some acrylics as excessive shaking can generate foam.

I like your idea though, I may have to whip one up and give it a try.

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