Talk:Aerosol paint

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I am working on a major overhaul of this page that will include history, uses, stencils, spray can and valve cross sections, iron out POV issues, yet maitain aerosol paint's role in graffiti. Most of these topics are covered well in other areas of WP, but this seems like a good home base for a broad overview.

If you are interested, vist the aerosol paint sandbox. Informative, polite and useful discussion is encouraged! --Knulclunk 04:20, 6 February 2007 (UTC)

Went with full rewrite, as there were no voiced objections. I will expand references and tweak illustrations in the days to come. Enjoy!--Knulclunk 04:56, 18 February 2007 (UTC)

Chase Products[edit]

Please provide citations or sources to the Chase Product edits. All the references I see cite Seymore inventing his spray gun in 1949, and no mention of Chase at all. Thanks! --Knulclunk 22:00, 31 March 2007 (UTC)

You removed my source, the Chase website from the list of sources. What kind of documentation do you need? As an employee of Chase, I can assure you that Chase products was the first company to manufacture aerosol spray paint, hairspray, antiperspirant and spray starch. Chase also manufactured all of Rustoleums paint until the 1960's, then assisted them in establishing their own manufacturing facilities. You can contact me at luke.bobek@chaseproducts.com, for more documentation if necessary. Your comment questioning whether Chase has an historical significance in regards to paint is disturbing. --Luke Bobek 22:25, 31 March 2007 (UTC)

Please dont be offended. I went to the Chase website and looked for the history that you refer to, but can't find it. Your edits appear to be spam, which is not allowed in Wikipedia. There are multiple, outside sources for the Seymore history, but none for Chase.
If Chase is as important as you say, I encourage you to help provide the history of the early manufacturing days, as well as the advances in valve manufacture that were required. The Rustoleum history is cool too. If you have access to these documents, even as press releases, then great! You can see Wikipedia:Citing sources how to cite sources. --Knulclunk 22:48, 31 March 2007 (UTC)


Peas[edit]

What is the function of the peas? Why do people shake the cans before using them? —Preceding unsigned comment added by 151.202.95.249 (talk) 14:33, 21 October 2009 (UTC)

To mix the paint. It is in the article.--Knulclunk (talk) 02:01, 22 October 2009 (UTC)

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