AXE Paint

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Introduction: AXE Paint

About: Hi, I'm shooting a video on YouTube. And the technology of creation is shared with you.

Hello friends. I'll tell you how beautiful I am by two axes.

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Step 1: Cleaning From Rust

Initially, the ax was cleaned of rust. For this, I used a drill with a nozzle. Instead of a drill he put a metal brush.

Step 2: Processing Before Painting

Before applying the paint, the surface of the ax should be treated with a degreaser.

Step 3: Painting

The blade was covered with a special tape. After that, I started applying a green paint brush.

Step 4: The Color of the Ax Handle

Initially, there was an idea of leaving the color of the tree, but the handle is very old and cracks, decided to paint black.

Step 5: Finish

All his actions recorded on video, increased the speed of the imposed music.

The result is the sameyoutube

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    4 Discussions

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    heygeno
    heygeno

    2 years ago

    I do this too with all my tools.

    I dont go through most of your steps ( hardly even clean them ! ) but it's almost a necessity since I lay tools everywhere....

    I use bold spray paint colors and this way I can glance through - remembering that- my best shovel is RED ( or whatever ).

    Thumbs up !

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    zdmvk
    zdmvk

    Reply 2 years ago

    thanks, but I did not do it very carefully

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    heygeno
    heygeno

    Reply 2 years ago

    That's why I do spray paint . it drys in a few minutes...tape keeps it neat but i dont bother with that .
    I have one that became a work of art ! consequently.... I never used it again....

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    zdmvk
    zdmvk

    Reply 2 years ago

    In my case, these are working axes.