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Old 07-17-2011, 02:06 PM   #21
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As far as BM product, we've done alot of spraying with 314. Butter.



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Old 07-17-2011, 02:09 PM   #22
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As far as BM product, we've done alot of spraying with 314. Butter.
Good suggestion - how fast to recoat?
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Good suggestion - how fast to recoat?
Depends on mil thickness. To get it tacked up enough to do a light wipe in between, I'd give it 4 in good conditions. More if you can.



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Old 07-17-2011, 02:13 PM   #24
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Good suggestion - how fast to recoat?
Usually a couple of hours. It will dry to touch in about an hour. Do a tack coat and wait 15 minutes, then lay down the top coat.

That is the white on those metal doors.
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314 it is! Thanks guys
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It won't go ultra deep Alec. IIRC pastel is the deepest base.

Correction medium base in Color Preview.
http://www.benjaminmoore.com/en-us/f...in-impervo-314
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314 it is! Thanks guys
The 314 is an interior paint..I thought the doors were exterior?
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Good catch, Josey. I'd do Aura exterior all the way around in that case.



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Crap

Will still use the 314 on the inside of the doors, (block resistant, which is what I was after) but was just looking at the PI sheet and it is only recommended for interior use, so will have to go with aura for exterior sides. Thanks again for all the great suggestions guys!
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All this for two doors?

Seems like a bunch of work for it. That's why its hard to make money off these small jobs.

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All this for two doors?

Seems like a bunch of work for it. That's why its hard to make money off these small jobs.

Best of luck Rcon.
7 doors. 3 exterior only, 2 very big in/out, 2 very big stain grade in/out. Will make a pretty penny on it
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ah, ok. good for you.

Didn't know the scope was more than those you spoke of.
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