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Old 02-27-2008, 03:02 AM   #1
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Has anyone used SunProof by Pittsburg?

If so give me the scoop on it.
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4th,

Never used it but Pittsburgh makes decent products. I don't like alkyd/acrylic blends (thats what Behr is) because they peel and are a nightmare to strip off. It looks like there is an oil based/alkyd product that is probably nice. The only caveat is, your moisture content using it probably has to be in the 12%-15% range.

Always try to avoid solids and opaques and use semi transparents.
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I can tell you about SunProof. Which product are you interested in?
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