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Old 11-15-2014, 09:59 AM   #1
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Has anybody out there used Ilva paints? I'm somewhat new to the product and would like opinions about application and its durability.
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Old 11-15-2014, 01:27 PM   #2
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Has anybody out there used Ilva paints? I'm somewhat new to the product and would like opinions about application and its durability.
myself, I have never heard of the brand, but an internet search indicates it's an Italian company that makes Polyester Paints. This from their website
"Polyester products are characterised by high-filling quality. They can be used both as easily sandable base-coats and as a top-coats which, by means of subsequent surface treatments, offer an extraordinarily glossy look."

Where in the USA does one acquire this brand ?



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Here in Minnesota there is a major paint store that carries it. It seems to be very similar to Breakthrough. I've used Breakthrough before when I was with a different company, but not enough to make any comparisons. I was hoping someone out there would be willing to swap experiences.
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I have heard of this brand for wood finishing, things like cabinets, and polyesters for things like pianos and other stuff that is often buffed to a high gloss. Not sure it has much application for most of us painters.
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