The Guide for Recycling Paint(Indoor Field) *Free Paint* I didn't make this up! Someone on PBN did! Im just reposti
Posted 28 January 2007 - 11:23 AM
I am just reposting it from PBN for your cheapness. Heres a link to the thread if you want to read the whole thing.
"So I'm a cheap bugger... I prefer to pick paint up off the ground from an indoor field than buy it again..
For people who can buy paint for $20-25 a case, it's not worth it... but this indoor is FPO and runs $55 a case... you can use the paint you pickup off the ground...
So heres the guide...
2 towels (One to put paint on, one to rub paint with)
Big Zip locker Bags
A lot of time...
Step 1.) Obtain the paintball ammunition from your local indoor paintball facility, with permission ofcourse...
Step 2.) Empty paintball ammunitions onto towel
Step 3.) Rub other towel ontop of said paintballs, the cotton grabbing fabque of the towel will grab excess gelatin shell fragments and cling onto them for later extraction
Step 4.) Activate Vacuum device zoooommmmggg
Step 5.) Watch as the gelatin disappears!
Step 6.) Zomg clean towel! (Note: You'll want to switch towels after a couple cases, they get soaked with paint pretty fast...)
Step 7.) Remove non-spherical paintball ammunitions from the pile and shells that are not apart of the paintballs...
Step 8.) Repeat Step 4-6 as many times as you feel necessary (Usually 2-3)
Step 9.) Utilize the Ziplocker storage containers to store the ammunition before final cleaning and sorting
Step 10.) Enjoy some Family guy... !
Step 11.) Do a last rubbin of the paintballs to get the little pits of shell and grease off... then sort by color/type of paint... White stuff = higher quality, better fill... Purple was the worst...
Oh... and Profit
Have fun Omg.
The bags weighed in at different weights...
3000 grams, 2700, 2660, 2300, and 1000 grams... total was 11660 grams and I figured the average ball is 3 grams so I got about 3800-4000 paintballs...
2 Cases for 3-4 hours of work..."
Again I didn't make this up! Someone on PBN did and I am reposting it here for everyone to see!
Posted 28 January 2007 - 04:08 PM
Posted 28 January 2007 - 06:33 PM
yeah there was an indoor field around here that did that, and that paint was the only affordable paint you could buy, it was field paint only
Posted 29 January 2007 - 09:12 AM
unfortunately they do at this indoor field in Salem Oregon (Warpaint International) because the floor is MUD. hard to believe eh?
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