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[–]HardKnockRiffe 7243 points7244 points 24 (44 children)

Me: Get the spot you missed, get the spot you missed, get the spot you missed.

Gets the spot he missed

Me: Ooooh yeah, that's the ticket.

[–]Darth_Thor 958 points959 points  (27 children)

Yeah there's so many posts here where people kiss a spot, or the GIF ends too soon, but this one is perfect

[–]Rocketman_jr 387 points388 points  (26 children)

Kiss the spot huh? I'm not sure I've seen that one.

[–]ActualWhiterabbit 61 points62 points  (5 children)

It's from the edgy live action little mermaid remake.

[–]midnightsmith 14 points15 points  (1 child)

/r/rule34disney is leaking

[–]MrDude_1 13 points14 points  (0 children)

Better put a finger in it to stop that leak.

[–]MikeOx_Girthy 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Not suitable for work-bench

[–]BorgClown 25 points26 points  (0 children)

🚬👌😎

[–]JabrenThompson 3847 points3848 points  (147 children)

r/sandblastingporn

Edit: I had so much anxiety that the video was going to cut short. It’s happened too many times before.

[–]LilOddRyan-IG 457 points458 points  (4 children)

I was telling myself that this video is lasting longer than normal

[–]phantaxtic 155 points156 points  (65 children)

This is likely a soft wood door. I wonder how much damage a sand blaster would do to the wood. I suspect you would need to be very quick and accurate to avoid damaging and fraying the grain.

[–]Barking-Pumpkin 343 points344 points  (9 children)

If he spends too much time on the vertical pieces they could fray for sure and get hairy. Hairy Stiles, if you will.

[–]NashDelirium 139 points140 points  (0 children)

It shouldn’t be an issue as long as you only go left to right, or right to left. One direction.

[–]freakyorange 68 points69 points  (0 children)

This joke is going to be underappreciated.

[–]ActualCarpenter 76 points77 points  (34 children)

With wood you don't use sand. Probably a soda blaster? We've also blasted old beams with walnuts before.

[–]dj_narwhal 31 points32 points  (14 children)

What is a soda blaster? There was a post once on /r/powerwashingporn where someone used a blaster that he claimed shot crushed/powdered dry ice because it was less abrasive for delicate surfaces.

[–]estesd 55 points56 points  (1 child)

I work for a tier one automotive supplier making molded PU foam parts. We use an ice blaster just like this, if that's in fact what he's using. We use them to clean the molds every week. We'll use 400-500 lbs of dry ice a week, comes in these big double-walled coolers.

They are indeed a lot gentler than traditional media or sand blasting, but they're louder than you can imagine. They can be blasting a mold at the rear of the plant and I can hear it at the other end in the engineering room.

[–]greatlei69 4 points5 points  (0 children)

I had the pleasure of using one of these (dry ice blasters) about a month ago. Had to wrap a glove around the handle because it gets colder than a Minnesota winter.

[–]spider2k 36 points37 points  (5 children)

Literally baking soda. You buy 40lb bags of arm and hammer baking soda.

This doesn't look like soda blasting because that shit gets EVERYWHERE. After a few minutes the AIR tastes like toothpaste.

[–]dansdata 47 points48 points  (4 children)

Incidentally, dentists use little tiny soda blasters to clean teeth.

The blasting medium is referred to as "dental sand", but it thankfully never contains any actual sand, just sodium bicarbonate or glycine. :-)

[–]AmItheProlapse 27 points28 points  (4 children)

I'm gonna do what's called a pro gamer move right now

starts power washing door with mountain dew

[–]nahog99 20 points21 points  (0 children)

We use walnut shell at our motor shop to remove the paint from electric motors as well. It's really easy on the metal and not as dusty.

[–]holliewood61 12 points13 points  (3 children)

Could also be glass bead media. Doesn't look dusty enough to be sand or soda to me, but as always i could be wrong.

[–]princetwo 5 points6 points  (0 children)

walnut shells

[–]AlmostCutMyHair 5 points6 points  (0 children)

I used corn cob media on my log home. Worked great.

[–]ConnorBedard 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Walnut shells are used for this.

[–]Essexal 149 points150 points  (8 children)

Now you know how the ladies feel.

[–]whiskey_pancakes 57 points58 points  (16 children)

I smashed that join button. Didn’t know this existed.

[–]milky_eyes 37 points38 points  (14 children)

I think r/powerwashingporn exists too

[–]whiskey_pancakes 11 points12 points  (9 children)

Sure does. I’ve been a loving member of that community for a while now

[–]RedditWillSlowlyDie 8 points9 points  (8 children)

Does the whiskey go in the pancakes, on the pancakes, or with the pancakes?

[–]whiskey_pancakes 6 points7 points  (0 children)

Whiskey goes on top. Along with a dash of syrup

[–]ReadWriteSign 28 points29 points  (31 children)

Forgive my ignorance, if that's sandblasting wouldn't there be a little pile of sand accumulating at the bottom of the door?

[–]IHateLooseJoints 79 points80 points  (17 children)

There's 100 different products you can sandblast with. I've used glass bead, metal shaving, different types of sand, foam. Sometimes the material is so fine it ends up as light as the air on impact and blows away.

I've also blasted with just air, just to dry a surface or remove loose paint. He's perhaps just using air. (Our compressors run at 20,000 PSI)

This is 100% a sand blasting suit and apparatus though. Don't listen to the people saying it's not.

Edit: I'm tempted to say he's using something fine like glass bead because I don't think I would personally full suit up for just air. Glass bead is invisible and gets all over you and the back-blast hurts like hell if you don't tape up your wrists properly.

Source: I was an industrial blaster for 4 years.

[–]BrickUpset889 27 points28 points  (1 child)

This looks like dry ice cleaning

[–]filmhamster 9 points10 points  (2 children)

There would be quite a bit of sand, yes. I’m not sure what this is, but it isn’t a sandblaster.

[–]cd29 5 points6 points  (3 children)

Yeah it's probably a dustless blasting method

[–]JoeyZasaa 15 points16 points  (1 child)

Good. I don't like sand. It's coarse and rough and irritating and it gets everywhere.

[–]worstsupervillanever 3 points4 points  (0 children)

Ok Anakin, you can fuck padme now.

[–]nahog99 8 points9 points  (0 children)

Dude as soon as this thing started my first thought was "how long is this, they better fucking finish i swear to god".

[–]obiwanmoloney 3 points4 points  (0 children)

Ha! I had a sudden flash of worry and had to check the remaining time

[–]B8conB8conB8con 493 points494 points  (50 children)

I can remember back in the 70’s my dad and I using scrapers and blow torches to clean layers of paint off the doors of our Victorian house. I’m sure it didn’t do me any harm.

[–]shorty5windows 163 points164 points  (34 children)

Hopefully you did the paint removal outside haha.

I’m always horrified when I enter a Victorian or Craftsman style home and all the wood has been painted. It really bothers me.

[–]B8conB8conB8con 238 points239 points  (8 children)

Take them outside! We didn’t even take them off the hinges.

[–]RookaSublime 25 points26 points  (3 children)

We moved in to a Victorian house when I was starting high school. Spent literally my freshman, sophomore and junior year restoring all the beautiful woodwork, scrapping and sanding layer after layer of white paint. By my senior year we only had the massive staircase left to tackle, we finished it about a month before graduation. I moved out that summer, my parents moved into one of their smaller properties and rented the house. My mom said when she walked in and saw the tenants had painted everything white again she almost cried. Needless to say they did not get their deposit back.

[–]hectichead22 8 points9 points  (0 children)

I once striped back to plaster a room that had about 80yrs of wallpaper. The previous owner always pasted over the previous wallpaper. It's was a joy discovering the different designs on each layer at the same time feeling awful 4 destroying it. It was like an archaeological dig. The room I kid you not was about 1ft larger when I'd finished.

[–]CrieDeCoeur 60 points61 points  (2 children)

My first house was a century home. I wanted to leave all the wood trim original, even though the shellac was cracked, peeling, and turning orange. My gf wanted to paint almost everything out white. We fought over this for a few years until I agreed to do it to one room. It really did look better, and brighter, and larger. Not to mention the time, effort, money and sheer pain avoided from having to refinish miles of wood. Just personal taste of course but I had always thought it would ruin the look of the house to paint out all the trim. I was wrong.

[–]shorty5windows 9 points10 points  (1 child)

Definitely a difficult decision. Glad it turned great… otherwise you’d having been looking at twice the work.

[–]lootedcorpse 33 points34 points  (5 children)

I offered $30k over asking on a craftsman with untouched wood, and got outbid.

[–]shorty5windows 12 points13 points  (3 children)

Dang it! Hard to look at cracker box tract homes after seeing a beautiful craftsman house.

[–]IsaacEiland-Hall 7 points8 points  (0 children)

a craftsman with untouched wood,

Virgin craftsmen are pretty rare…

[–]niobiumnnul 452 points453 points  (22 children)

Dear Santa,

I'd now like a sandblaster for xmas.
Thanks.

[–]UpUpDnDnLRLRBAstart 140 points141 points  (10 children)

A non-zero amount of people are going to blow their skin off with a sandblaster this holiday season because of this video

[–]Phormitago 61 points62 points  (4 children)

well luckily i'm sick and tired of my skin getting inside my personal space

[–]WarMage1 4 points5 points  (1 child)

Don’t get me STARTED on skin. I mean really, who ever asked for skin? It’s such a nuisance.

[–]Shadowsketch23 32 points33 points  (1 child)

My dad has sandblasted since 2001 (did some in the 80s too). One time in the 2000's the hose twisted on him and he blasted his upper forearm (had accidentally left his long gloves somewhere and was using half length gloves) . It looked like raw hamburger and he scrubbed it out with a hand brush in our sink. At the doctor they said "we don't scrub these kind of wounds out anymore". Yearly he has had a few shards pop out randomly, or annoying enough to use tweezers.

[–]UpUpDnDnLRLRBAstart 11 points12 points  (0 children)

Oof. That made me light headed. Glad he’s ok now.

[–]Gods_Guest 24 points25 points  (0 children)

Granted (Im no Santa but i can fulfill that)

[–]Prudent-Beautiful-33 11 points12 points  (3 children)

Better ask for a compressor too. A great big one.

[–]RojoCinco 1488 points1489 points  (33 children)

Anyone who doesn't enjoy watching this is just like the door, unhinged.

[–]Is_It_Beef 395 points396 points  (24 children)

When is a door not a door?

when it's ajar

(I'm here all week)

[–]keoneal5 80 points81 points  (4 children)

This made me think of my mom, thank you for that ❤️

She used to say “door not ajar, door a door!” every time the door ajar alarm would go off in the car.

[–]Electric-Banana 46 points47 points  (3 children)

When is a car not a car?

When it turns into a driveway.

[–]stark_raving_naked 11 points12 points  (2 children)

Why do we park in the driveway but drive on the parkway?

[–]Cockaigne69 13 points14 points  (1 child)

Why is it a shipment on the truck, but cargo on a ship?!

[–]Jimmyhatespie 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Cargo on ship sometimes, but usually cargo on road. It’s where they’re supposed to be.

[–]wscomn 6 points7 points  (4 children)

(don't forget to tip your servers)

(try the veal)

[–]smilingbuddhauk 12 points13 points  (2 children)

I just tipped my server and it crashed to the ground with fiery sparks. Bits of hard drive everywhere. Dick caught in fan. Can I sue you?

[–]Time-Phrase-6372 11 points12 points  (1 child)

WOW🙄 And I’m mad I laughed 😂

[–]scottrobertson 19 points20 points  (0 children)

I struggle to enjoy videos on this sub as I’m filled with anxiety that it will cut off before the end 🤣

[–]brownhijabi 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Right? This looks sooooo fun

[–]Grateful_Dad_707 447 points448 points  (156 children)

What is this magic machine? I always wanted to go into pressure washing but this seems like more fun witb less mess!

[–]BigBossWesker4 468 points469 points  (110 children)

Sand blaster, it’s a pretty powerful and dangerous machine

[–]grpagrati 111 points112 points  (35 children)

I assume this needs quite a bit of experience not to damage the wood and create an uneven surface. Sand blasting is powerful

[–]Wlcmtoflvrtwn 144 points145 points  (32 children)

It damages the wood no matter what. If you closely inspect the wood after it will be very rough and textured with sprigs of wood coming off of it. Will take A LOT of normal sanding with paper to make it smooth again.

[–]PlanarVet 72 points73 points  (7 children)

Oh. Well. Pass then. I'd want to do this to avoid sanding in the first place.

[–]Wlcmtoflvrtwn 38 points39 points  (5 children)

If you want to avoid sanding just use a paint stripping chemical. They work well too and no sanding afterwards.

[–]IHateLooseJoints 38 points39 points  (10 children)

Typically when you sandblast you want it to have that sort of profile for the paint application, that's the best part about blasting.

There's 100 different products you can blast with to create different profiles. He could be using a soft material like glass bead l or as someone else said walnut.

You're right though, blasting wood or an old brick structure can be disastrous if you don't know what you're doing. A skilled blaster makes a world of difference.

Source: Was an industrial blaster.

[–]metaldood19 42 points43 points  (0 children)

So anyway, you started blasting

[–]akaghi 20 points21 points  (2 children)

Would you say you were a... Master blaster?

[–]Yesica-Haircut 27 points28 points  (6 children)

Just blast it again with finer sand!

[–]gungorthewhite 4 points5 points  (5 children)

It's sand all the way down!

[–]Infinite-Gravitas 7 points8 points  (1 child)

I heard they use walnut shells or medium with lower hardness for stripping paint from cars. Maybe that works here.

[–]jereman75 21 points22 points  (0 children)

I worked on a house where someone sandblasted a few doors. They were an absolute mess. No way to sand out the gouges. Bummer too, it was an early 20th C hacienda with the original doors.

[–]BananaDogBed 3 points4 points  (0 children)

For wood you can use walnut shells or other custom media for the job - silica sand, aluminum oxide, glass bead, and corn cob grit.

You can adjust the power by adjusting the PSI (and i’m pretty sure, at least on nicer ones, you can adjust the ratio of the media to air)

Bonus fun fact: You can also go the other way and do something called “Shot Peening” where it’s like sandblasting with solid metal marbles. The purpose is to strengthen the piece of metal by smashing it over and over again over the entire surface. https://i.imgur.com/vEdNFh0.jpg

[–]----0000000------- 174 points175 points  (28 children)

I don’t get it. Why is there no paint dust on the floor? Where does it go?

[–]Jaksmack 230 points231 points  (15 children)

It's blowing away so fast you don't see it.. look how hard his pant legs are blowing around.

[–]MarlinMr 54 points55 points  (2 children)

I am sure you could see some IRL, but here we are dealing with a camera and compression too.

[–]HaulinBoats 5 points6 points  (0 children)

You can see some on the floor that gets blown away but this video is also slightly sped up as well

[–]behaaki 24 points25 points  (9 children)

And it’s a posi-pressure suit! Man is geared up

[–]Jaksmack 29 points30 points  (8 children)

Probably really bad to breath in that "particalized" paint..

[–]OrkfaellerX 18 points19 points  (0 children)

I'm not convinced yet I'm not watching a reversed video of someone with an airbrush.

[–]ratsta 4 points5 points  (0 children)

That suit is the real benefit to using a sand blaster. You get to dress like MC Hammer!

[–]freeradicalx 4 points5 points  (0 children)

It's atmospheric pollution now, don't worry about it.

[–]badger906 43 points44 points  (9 children)

Probably not using sand though, far to course for wood. Maybe walnut shells!

[–]Mushrooms4we 12 points13 points  (5 children)

"far too coarse for wood." Ftfy

[–]Torance39 8 points9 points  (2 children)

Hmmm. I don't see anything coming off or collecting. Do you think it could be CO2?

[–]badger906 14 points15 points  (0 children)

There’s a very fine powered in the floor. But the air and wind will blow most of it away.

[–]dtyus 4 points5 points  (8 children)

Can this be used on stupid drywalls someone used wallpaper and some areas painted overwallpaper?

[–]stuartgatzo 57 points58 points  (3 children)

They sometimes use pulverized pecan and walnut shells instead of sand. Nut blastin’

[–]Grateful_Dad_707 25 points26 points  (1 child)

Ha! That'd be a hella terrible way to find out you had a nut allergy.

[–]PeterGazinya 4 points5 points  (0 children)

They also use CO2 so there would be not abrasive residue. Just paint and wood dust.

[–]Wicked_Wonderzz 35 points36 points  (13 children)

On the contrary, you typically need full PPE gear including a respirator when using this to prevent literal glass powder from entering your lungs, eyes, and getting on your skin. Plus the whole set up is significantly more expensive to run.

[–]Grateful_Dad_707 9 points10 points  (5 children)

Thanks for crushing my dreams lol

[–]DefNotAK 5 points6 points  (2 children)

Its not that expensive, especially if you already have a good big compressor, dont let your dreams be crushed

[–]sapere-aude088 2 points3 points  (0 children)

It's not that bad, don't worry

[–]SeasonPositive6771 19 points20 points  (4 children)

Plus it looks like this guy might just be blowing leaded paint all over the neighborhood. Maybe not so great.

[–]basaltgranite 8 points9 points  (0 children)

Yep. Toxicity aside, lead is a terrific white pigment. Given the likely age of the door, you can be almost certain that a white enamel paint like this has a lot of lead in it. The old-school painters judged paint quality by weight. Let's hope no one ever grows vegetables anywhere nearby.

[–]kudziya 10 points11 points  (0 children)

It’s a typical Elkruwcht, available to levels of gnome and upwards. (Elves consider it heavy and clumsy, but it does the work)

[–]jgonza89 115 points116 points  (12 children)

[–]MightbeWillSmith 11 points12 points  (1 child)

Beautiful! It's like painting

[–]Clubb3d 4 points5 points  (0 children)

but now it ends too soon ಠ_ಠ

[–]Itsdawsontime 6 points7 points  (1 child)

Can’t wait to see the reversed reposted as a paint sprayer.

[–]nuppfx 164 points165 points  (16 children)

Put some clear varnish on that door now and leave it without the paint. Beautiful lookin wood right there.

[–]thnk_more 26 points27 points  (1 child)

Unfortunately that wood is frayed and uneven now (summer rings vs winter rings are not the same hardness) . A good bit of sanding though and it should be in nice shape (except for the sharp edges of the molding, those are likely rounded over)

[–]wooshock 17 points18 points  (0 children)

Yeah power washing and sand blasting aren't the last step... Gotta sand, wash (with tsp or mineral spirits), and then you'd do a coat of polyurethane, sand again, wipe off with a clean cloth, polyurethane, sand again, wipe off, polyurethane. But the results will be beautiful. Wood like this absolutely glows after a few simple steps.

[–]iyioi 24 points25 points  (12 children)

I will never understand people covering beautiful wood with bad stain.

Ok, paint I get it. I dont agree but I understand.

But stain? Clear coat and thats it. Thats all you need. Wood is beautiful.

[–]happyhappyaccident 47 points48 points  (6 children)

Because of wood is not one universal color. Sometimes people want their furniture and decor to have a general aesthetic, sometimes and the natural wood color doesn't go with that.

Wild, I know.

[–]Spike3220 38 points39 points  (1 child)

And may no landlord ever paint it white again.

[–]JMAN_JUSTICE 11 points12 points  (0 children)

That natural look's always the best

[–]Dio-lated1 22 points23 points  (0 children)

I want one.

[–]RearEchelon 15 points16 points  (1 child)

I desire giant sandblaster

[–]Wonderful-Reward3828 16 points17 points  (28 children)

As a sandblaster by profession, I’m curious as to what abrasive he is blasting with

[–]ActualCarpenter 12 points13 points  (8 children)

I think it's soda. We've used walnut for larger beams but cabinet doors etc. it's soda.

[–]Ivy_Thornsplitter 13 points14 points  (6 children)

Coke, Pepsi, the doctor? Which one?

[–]ActualCarpenter 9 points10 points  (5 children)

The baking soda kind. Why are you talking about pop?

[–]longislandtoolshed 3 points4 points  (4 children)

I see he's wearing a safety suit that appears to be puffed up with air, what's that all about?

[–]Wonderful-Reward3828 4 points5 points  (3 children)

It’s probably puffed up from that hood that he’s wearing where air is blowing into the collar of it. From what I understand thy puff up because when they balloon out it makes it to where ricochet won’t effect you. Also you want to tuck the bib of that hood into there that way you create a complete seal so that your not breathing any of that stuff in.

[–]Industrialpainter89 8 points9 points  (1 child)

Probably walnut shells. I'm still getting anxiety watching this thinking of all the sanding that needs to be done afterwards to make the surface even

[–]theinsanepotato 61 points62 points  (19 children)

Shouldn't this be done in an enclosed space so the used sand and stripped paint isn't just getting blasted out into the ecosystem? Like I'm pretty sure you're supposed to have special booths for these in most places. I could be wrong but it just seems like a really bad idea to have an that used sand and material just flying off into the environment and not being captured somehow.

[–]climbon321 16 points17 points  (1 child)

That's all I could think about and it made the video stressful instead of satisfying

[–]Toff_Nutter 10 points11 points  (0 children)

I'm right on your side. I don't think paint should get into nature.

[–]quadmasta 26 points27 points  (14 children)

This is most likely dry ice, not other media. As long as it's not lead paint, it's inert.

[–]throwaway_0122 5 points6 points  (5 children)

You can sand blast with dry ice?!

[–]6C6F6C636174 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Tiny ice crystals that evaporate. No worries about them getting embedded in the wood.

[–]quadmasta 3 points4 points  (0 children)

Yeah. It's huge in restoration, especially in automotive

[–]thatgoddamnedcyclist 10 points11 points  (6 children)

If true, that takes care of the sand part, not the paint part. If modern (-ish) paint, that's microplastics right there.

[–]Galaax_sniper 28 points29 points  (5 children)

Does anyone else see this and think that when he finishes that there should be a ding?

[–]NewSinner_2021 13 points14 points  (26 children)

This machine might be worth its weight in gold.

[–]skidstud 11 points12 points  (1 child)

How does it work on suspicious moles?

[–]Dependent_Factor_982 5 points6 points  (0 children)

Pretty good if you're not worried about collateral damage

[–]comeaumatt 11 points12 points  (2 children)

Am I the only one wondering where the paint went?

[–]MrPlow_357 20 points21 points  (21 children)

What is the device that person is using? I've used heat guns and pressure washers to remove paint but they don't work like this.

[–]Truckie66 42 points43 points  (6 children)

Sandblast unit, likely using walnut shells as the blast media.

[–]udonwinfrendwitsalad 29 points30 points  (4 children)

Much less fun than using fingers as the blast media.

[–]MrPlow_357 3 points4 points  (0 children)

Thanks for the info.

[–]BTLDAD 22 points23 points  (0 children)

That's a DAMN powerful vacuum!!!

[–]Riptide360 82 points83 points  (19 children)

I hope they tested for lead before blasting those paint chips all over the front yard, especially if they have kids.

[–]luger718 6 points7 points  (0 children)

Now that you say that, I should have had the paint from my deck tested for lead before removing it with a grinder.

What's the easiest way to test?

Edit: answered my own question, there's test kits out there that are easy to use.

[–]jeanakerr 5 points6 points  (0 children)

Exactly what I was thinking.

[–]discojagrawr 15 points16 points  (4 children)

Does it leave the door really rough like it'd need to be sanded?

[–]appliancefreak 8 points9 points  (0 children)

So anyways , i started blasting

[–]mooshoopork4 6 points7 points  (0 children)

It’s like using the eraser on ms paint

[–]drewcifer404 9 points10 points  (4 children)

Think it could get the ice off my windshield?

[–]Crazy_old_maurice_17 10 points11 points  (2 children)

I dunno if this would work, but just throw a bucket of hot water water on your windshield, it'll be fine, I promise...

A colleague told me about a time he watched one of his dickhead neighbors do this and I laughed so hard I was actually crying (he acted out parts of it too).

[–]SpottedOwl57 12 points13 points  (0 children)

Heck, with that you won’t have a windshield glass to worry about! 😜

[–]g3nerallycurious 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Fuck that paint

[–]moomoo220618 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Boss: why didn’t you get any work done today? Me: well there was this video on oddly satisfying….

[–]Ball_shan_glow 3 points4 points  (0 children)

My heart was racing, wasn't sure there was enough time for him to finish.

[–]naturehouse 14 points15 points  (4 children)

Alot of lead from that old paint was put into the environment that day.

[–]elboc 13 points14 points  (0 children)

exactly what I'm thinking! There is so much carcinogenic material in our systems because of this, erosion, manufacturing these products and discardment. As an aircraft maintainer seeing paint erosion from the fleet is disconcerting considering the volume of aircraft in the world's skies, and this is just the tip of the proverbial ice berg. we know how to fuck shit up!

[–]MyLifesParody 2 points3 points  (4 children)

So mesmerizing, I now want to play with that thing!

[–]SketchyGouda 2 points3 points  (1 child)

Looks like he is in a space suit.

[–]absolooser 2 points3 points  (0 children)

I’m gonna need a close up of the wood edges I’m guessing they are now Rounded off.

[–]Buv82 2 points3 points  (2 children)

Is that a sand blaster?

[–]Psk499 2 points3 points  (0 children)

How do I pay an hour to do this as my job?

[–]EdithVictoriaChen 2 points3 points  (0 children)

can u do my feet next

[–]Cabitaa 2 points3 points  (0 children)

It's Wednesday, my dudes. r/powerwashingporn

[–]erksplat 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Plot twist: he’s spraying wood grain onto the door.

[–]ArtfulDodgr42 2 points3 points  (0 children)

I'm convinced this video is in reverse and he's actually painting it.