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Old 06-29-2009, 11:43 PM   #21
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Are you talking about the Pitt-Tech DTM Satin? If so have you used it?

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I have several times, sprays great as long as you do multiple thin coats and dries harder then latex IMO.
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Old 06-30-2009, 12:10 AM   #22
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I have several times, sprays great as long as you do multiple thin coats and dries harder then latex IMO.
Are you using a airless system or HVLP unit?
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Old 06-30-2009, 12:18 AM   #23
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I've used this stuff a few times, once to paint a formica countertop..the stuff really is hard! I agree that it's easy to work with. Remember reading that some were using this as an all-around trim paint. How would you guys compare this to the bm's waterborne impervo? To the aura? The aqua glo just isn't cutting it anymore. Been doing interior trim with the aura with good results, but like how this stuff lays out
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Are you using a airless system or HVLP unit?
an airless. It's a bit thinner then latex paint so it atomizes nicely. I've used it to do cabinets, chairs, stairs and metal buildings.
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I have several times, sprays great as long as you do multiple thin coats and dries harder then latex IMO.

I only had to do 2 somewhat heavy coats.....I layed them flat on a drying stand and they levelled out flawlessly....It does take a lot longer using my method..If you have the time to do one side a day then I highly recommend this paint...It looks great!
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I also use this for cabinets. The satin sheen looks better than a semi in my opinion. The only downside if their ever was one is limited colors.
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Were any of you using this when it was drying with hairline cracks all over the surface or have you had the yellow oxide tint separate out and not mix back in??
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No hairline cracks for me..I had it tinted to BM Oxford white..CC30...It is the best product that I have ever used!...I brushed the drawers and they levelled out like it was sprayed!!
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Were any of you using this when it was drying with hairline cracks all over the surface or have you had the yellow oxide tint separate out and not mix back in??
I have not experienced that with this particular product but have with some products in the past. The most recent was perma-white in a pastel. The second coat took care of it though.
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No hairline cracks for me..I had it tinted to BM Oxford white..CC30...It is the best product that I have ever used!...I brushed the drawers and they levelled out like it was sprayed!!
I could not agree more about its leveling capabilities. I have a 1/2 oz. of retardant added to help out. Are you adding anything?
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I could not agree more about its leveling capabilities. I have a 1/2 oz. of retardant added to help out. Are you adding anything?
I added nothing at all...
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