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Old 12-30-2015, 07:52 PM   #1
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what would consider to the paint available and why?
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Old 12-30-2015, 08:13 PM   #2
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what would consider to the paint available and why?
and again in English please ?
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But why Behr?
It's a two part question.
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what would consider to the paint available and why?
You using one of those "talk into the phone and it'll type" apps?
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But why Behr?
It's a two part question.
Because its available.
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You using one of those "talk into the phone and it'll type" apps?
But when you're eating a 3 day old corn muffin with nothing to drink, the app doesn't work so well.
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But when you're eating a 3 day old corn muffin with nothing to drink, the app doesn't work so well.
I'm just pretty sure he ate the 3 day old muffin and chased it with a bottle of jack Daniels then posted a question on painttalk he'd been pondering for quite sometime.
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His thread has developed nicely while he's sleeping it off. I'm sure he'll appreciate our feedback when he falls off the couch and checks back.
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Valspar dangit!
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I'm just pretty sure he ate the 3 day old muffin and chased it with a bottle of jack Daniels then posted a question on painttalk he'd been pondering for quite sometime.
There was obviously a lot of thought put into his post.
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Why paint? Disco beer! good good
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Klaatu Baroda nikto. Army of darkness? What do I win?
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Nope. Not correct. What you are referring is a much more recent usage. I'm a little older then that.
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Nope. Not correct. What you are referring is a much more recent usage. I'm a little older then that.
The day the earth stood still. Ive never seen that one.
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Lolololol!! Of course!
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Valspar dangit!
I don't think you read the post carefully.
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Promar 200 for interiors and A-100 for exteriors. Anything else is just a waste of money. And don't forget the PVA sealer.
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Okay, I'll do it. I'll try to make a legitimate shot at answering his question. I'm assuming there's a "best" missing from his question; it makes a little sense that way.

There's no best paint. There's only a 'best paint for the job.' And it's different for every painter; different people have different things they're looking for in their paint: application properties, durability, cost, look, the store it comes from, etc. It's an unanswerable question.
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