Hello Andrew:Now that would be somewhat alarming. On one occasion the lid of a large tin of paint which we were transporting back to Hungary on a Eurolines bus [foolish, we know] came off inside a holdall at Victoria Coach Station in London. To this day it is possible to detect the colour where it spilled onto the floor and the metal seats!!
Gosh! That's a mess alright!Imagine getting home and saying "mum, we had a little accident..."
Victoria Station JayLa!!!How could you.River, you being the perfect daughter, would never have presented your mum with such a problem.
The need gallons of tinner to clean the paint
Oh gawd, can you imagine how that must be feel. ugk.
That's a very unlucky accident i wouldn't like to be the one to clean it all up what a nightmare. I can safely say (Touches wood for luck) something like that hasn't happen to me :-).
Baliring, I would guess it is water based paint. I hope so for their sake.Towanda, sticky I reckon.Windsmoke, take it as a lesson for when you are next transporting paint.
oh wow and LMAO! Imagine the interior of their car!At 2 sets of lights on the way home there are major paint spills, after the second set the paint trails to the side of the road. Who ever it was must've realised, or been told they were dumping paint all over the road. I wish I'd seen it happening.
Fen, I'd reckon they would be paint fallen from tradie's utes or trucks.
Maybe it's just a spontaneous paintball match??
As the young people say lol..That's an absolute classic.Did you really see this first hand or is this an email that's going around?
It was in an email Ben. There were about six photos. I just chose the best.
What’s normal Mummy?Just a setting on the clothes dryer, my dear.