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Old 04-28-2009, 09:30 PM   #1
 
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Default Exterior Additive to make solid body stain?

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I worked with Kelly Moore years back and they had a product,that could be added to latex paint, to make it a semi solid stain. Now they are gone so I need to find another supplier. I hope you can help me .
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Old 04-28-2009, 09:31 PM   #2
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I worked with Kelly Moore years back and they had a product,that could be added to latex paint, to make it a semi solid stain. Now they are gone so I need to find another supplier. I hope you can help me .
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why not just buy solid body stain??? or semi solid??
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K-M has #1285 stain base which you can add paint to.
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A "product" that you can add to latex paint to make it semi-solid?


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Grrrrrr Double......didn't think that joke was funny enough to post twice!!!
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hahah what? I know they seem like similar products but they are not the same. I would buy some solid color stain.
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Hey Tsu, what's up? Getting back into the "paint" mindset!
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