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Old 07-15-2008, 10:48 PM   #1
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I found this article about paint brands interesting. If you print it out, it may be worth several sessions of bathroom reading.

http://www.consumersearch.com/www/ho...r-paint/#intro

press-Full story continued, to read rest of article.

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it mentions CT and PT, be on your best behavior, HO's are watching us

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Good read.
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As the gentleman from the lovely city of Pittsburgh( I actually mean that for those that have not been there recently) says "Good read" The 2 best quotes

1. (Behr, however, is almost universally regarded here as a waste of perfectly good paint pails.)" Love it!


2."Behr has some advocates, but many more detractors. Professional painters express strong disrespect for the quality of Behr exterior paint in several forums. Consumer reaction is more mixed, but Behr is the only brand we found with multiple consumer complaints.
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After reading the article, I may use more Sherwin Williams. Besides their residential and commercial line, they supply good industrial products as well.

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