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Old 05-10-2009, 04:45 PM   #1
 
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so has anyone tried this product yet? we have it over here on the west coast and so far i have only seen one painter use this stuff. they said it brushed well but spraying was another story. input would be great thanks
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Old 05-10-2009, 09:46 PM   #2
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I would really like to try it out. Looking on their website though nobody around here carries it. I'm not about to try ordering the stuff online, waiting for it, having home owners change their minds on color last minute, or not having enough, etc. Unless it was for a simple small job that it would work well for such as a nursery.
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Does anyone know what it cost per gal,doubt if you can get much mark down.
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Does anyone know what it cost per gal,doubt if you can get much mark down.
It's listed on their site: http://www.mythicpaint.com/product.aspx
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I think I saw a review on it in one of the current paint magazines.



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Does anyone know what it cost per gal,doubt if you can get much mark down.
Ace Hardware near Barber and Terwillager:

Interior:
Eggshell - 39.55 a gallon / 190.43 for a 5'er
Flat - 38.63 a gallon / ???

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That's all I know at the moment...
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I think I saw a review on it in one of the current paint magazines.




Is there an Eco in here?
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so is it any good?
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so is it any good?
who ya ask-n ??

I'll answer for the hell of it... lol..

Never used it.
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It sprays great!
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It was a titan 440 with a 415 synergy fine finish tip. White eggshell tinted to a taupe over preprimed mdf v-joint walls), approx 35 pails all the same color without problems.
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who ya ask-n ??

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Never used it.
Always up on learning bout new products and especially if I won't go on to grow a third arm.




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It was a titan 440 with a 415 synergy fine finish tip. White eggshell tinted to a taupe over preprimed mdf v-joint walls), approx 35 pails all the same color without problems.
so you liked it huh?
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