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Old 01-19-2014, 01:06 PM   #41
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Bm and sw have their place. I wouldn't eliminate either
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Old 01-19-2014, 01:07 PM   #42
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Its just not suitable for cabinetry in my opinion. Cabinet paint should cure fast, and be very hard. Thus the reason why we switched to WB lacquers.
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I'd rather use a "user-unfriendly" like wb pc than deal with advance dry time bs.
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That's my only concern with the Advance. Many have posted here about it staying soft for a while.
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The hardness thing with Advance....so annoying. I get that the finish looks great the next day, I do. I also know that telling HOs that they cant put their books on the shelf (or whatever) for more than 2 weeks (maybe longer) is crazy. They make it 5 days, put the books back, take the book off a day or two later, call ME, and then potentially get bent about it. This is all after full disclosure by me to the HO, as to Advance's properties.

Advance is still almost a specialty paint, for specific circumstances.

California's Nextech hybrid gets hard much quicker, with similar open time. I've heard good things about Kelly Moore and Cloverdale's hybrids, but they are 3000 miles away from me.
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Its just not suitable for cabinetry in my opinion. Cabinet paint should cure fast, and be very hard. Thus the reason why we switched to WB lacquers.
No sh1t huh?? I guess I missed that. I shot a cabinet Friday and told the HO not to put their TV on it until Monday
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Let us know how it works out.
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