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Old 12-02-2016, 08:47 PM   #41
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To me it just seems as if they created Snapdry to solve a problem that was a result of their other products being subpar. Kind of like trying to fix something without making is seem like anything was wrong in the first place. SW always had a problem with blocking on a lot of their paints when i was working for them.

In other words just another marketing twist to hide a shortcoming they had.


Do you wake up every morning to bash sw? I read your posts once or twice a week when I have time to browse pt and that's all you do. They must have burned you real bad in the past for you to have such a vendetta.


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Old 12-31-2016, 08:05 PM   #42
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I didnt care for the snap dry ! I used 1 time (semi gloss) on metal door . I brush most doors on repaints ! Tried this on the front door , color black ! It dried real fast left some brush marks (Laid it all on in 10 mins or less) and then re-coated door about 4 hours later . I still had to go over the door with a mini roller and was able to make it look great (had to reduce paint a little) ! But I will stick with using SW resilience on my ext. doors , as I never have a problem with that paint ! I would imagine it may be fine if the doors have some grain to them , it may not be as bad !

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This is the door I painted with the snap dry
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Great paint job, lousy welcome mat.
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Great paint job, lousy welcome mat.
Thank you and I agree on the mat lol ! I made sure I wiped my feet real good !!
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not easy to make that door look good in black semi but it does. what kind of mini roller sleeve did you use
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Thank you Vylum ! It was a SW brand , 4" velour type, barely any knapp at all and blue color . It was not the sponge type !

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Do you wake up every morning to bash sw? I read your posts once or twice a week when I have time to browse pt and that's all you do. They must have burned you real bad in the past for you to have such a vendetta.


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Just saw this. You think THIS was bashing? This was pretty honest as far as I was concerned. Some of the results pretty much prove this. They created a product to address some short comings they had in their other products. That's pretty much how new products get developed. And like I said, this product is proving to a degree that they are trying to play catch-up with some other lesser known products on the market.

Bashing would be "this product sucks and they have their heads up there a55es" or "they're just trying to rip people off with a slightly improved but grossly over priced product like they always do."

Which i may be thinking but I am trying to refrain from posting. (DANGIT!)

and for a rolled door in that dark of a color it looks like it worked pretty well.
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