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What You Need to Know About Field Painting

If you are in charge of painting an athletic field, then there are several things that you will need to know before you begin maintaining it. Field painting needs to be exactly as the sport’s specifications indicate or else you … Continue reading

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Information about Field Striping

Field Striping is the process of marking an athletic field, such as a football or baseball field, with paint so that the players understand where they need to be at all times. It also helps to determine scores and penalties; … Continue reading

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What to Look For In Field Paint

Field paint or athletic field marking paint is used in stadium and ball fields to clearly mark and outline the playing area and specific points. Field paint needs to be as accurate as possible which also means that it needs … Continue reading

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Choosing the Right Grass Paint

If you are the person who is in charge of taking care of the field and making sure everything is in perfect shape in time for the pre-game celebrations, then you will want to locate the very best grass paint … Continue reading

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Could Athletic Field Marking Be A Home Based Business?

When athletic field markings are done correctly they add to the professional look of the sport. Whether you are marking out the field for a high school, college, or a professional sports league, your job is important. Can you imagine … Continue reading

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Five Tips For Great Athletic Field Maintenance

An athletic field is where sports events take place. While most of these are outdoors, several are made with enclosure as protection against bad weather. The field is made with sand, dirt or grass which can either be natural or … Continue reading

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