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    Looking for a painter in Jomtien or Pattaya?

    Probably best to ask to see some of his previous work looking at this mess in Jomtien, I really don't believe he could have done a worse job if he tried.



    This is a speed bump in the road if you wondering what it was.




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    It does have a certain "je ne sais quoi" about it

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    Any idea about lead content contained in interior and exterior paints used in Thailand for houses? Any brands better than another? Advisement appreciated.

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    Best brands of Thai paint is TOA, best brands from international companies are Dulux, ICI and Jotun, lead content I have no idea.

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    Prolly Drunk off his ass on Lao Khao whiskey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtydog View Post
    Best brands of Thai paint is TOA, best brands from international companies are Dulux, ICI and Jotun, lead content I have no idea.
    Thanks. I've heard so much about the lead paint in Chinese made toy recently that an inquiry seemed in order.

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    its the paint brush he used nothing else

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    Road accident?


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    It's a good thing it's gated off so no one can drive through the wet paint. A walk along the road at dusk would have you thinking someone with white pants had been crushed on the pavement

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    The concrete work looks pretty stellar too

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    I reckon he poured it out and then sort of slopped it around with one of his flip flops, no need for an expensive brush!

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    looks like modern art..probably worth a fortune

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spin View Post
    Road accident?

    My thoughts exactly . . .

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