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Discussion in 'Tactics and Technique' started by wacky, May 15, 2010.
What hopper do you use because there is a thing you can do to a rotor to keep paint dry.
Didnt see the unusual idea of watering your paint.Never ever let your paint get wet .Moisture causes the shell to soften and the entire ball to swell .look on the floor next time you play ,you will find both. As I mentioned above to keep paint warm when its cold ,you will find the more you check paint grades and makes they are manufactured for a temperature window ie 10 -30 deg .More important to keep it in the window than just simple hot. Warm paint can become "bouncy if it spends time in the hot sun or on your back ,for a long time . Hope that helps
easy just play in summer
Or stay home
or just play and ya know, shrugg of the rain and enjoy all the water, espically you snake players
we live in Britain the weather is always the same
Nah, it is not always the same, some times is even worse!!!
The best way to play in the rain, only personally. Got a Land Rover and drove it around the woodland. I worked at the site, so kind of got away with it....until the owner found out that is!!!
Nah in all seriousness I prefer playing in the rain. Dont like hitting a sun baked ground during the summer