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Old 05-27-2012, 05:16 PM   #1
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I used this paint for the 1st time on walls and really liked it.It is extremely easy to use and it rolls like butter and goes pretty far in terms of square footage.I've never used the semi-gloss or satin.Has anyone sprayed this coating or used it for doors and trim?
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I used this paint for the 1st time on walls and really liked it.It is extremely easy to use and it rolls like butter and goes pretty far in terms of square footage.I've never used the semi-gloss or satin.Has anyone sprayed this coating or used it for doors and trim?
Many times, it is a nice middle grade paint if you up the budget by about three a gallon you should go with the MH Timeless it is a bit better. From there move up to Aura.
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I used this paint for the 1st time on walls and really liked it.It is extremely easy to use and it rolls like butter and goes pretty far in terms of square footage.I've never used the semi-gloss or satin.Has anyone sprayed this coating or used it for doors and trim?
It's a great product just too bad nobody sells it in my area anymore. Never sprayed it so I can't help there.
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I'm no help. I don't use nothing from PPG. ohh wait I bought a jumbo koter from them
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manor halls great paint, the semi can be brushed to look like old school oil.i like to use it more. but s/w is to convenient for me .
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I have been using PPG products for 9 years now, My paint retailer carries mainly pittsburgh paint. The eggshell is nice very easy to work with, I have had a little trouble with the semi-gloss running on vertical surfaces...even when sprayed with 2-10 fine finish tip. But all in all manor hall is some of the best paints we can get around here...
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