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Old 12-31-2015, 05:51 PM   #101
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Come get some Advance
Btw what are the minor flaws
The minor flaws are pretty much what Drake just mentioned in his thread. In my opinion advanced would compete and surpass breakthrough if it would cure faster as to not allow for picking after everything has put back into place. Also advance has superior touch-up capabilities over breakthrough. Breakthrough is a better product if you need to return to service very quickly. Breakthrough does not come in semi gloss. Most of our clients enjoy that particular sheen level for most of their cabinetry and doors and trim.
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Old 12-31-2015, 06:27 PM   #102
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Btw what are the minor flaws
Based on the photo, it appears Advance satin is the most popular sheen.
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The slow cure of Advance is its number one drawback in my opinion. Overnight dry to recoat is just like we dealt with with the alkyds, so no big deal there. But when you rehang cab doors after 7 days of drying and they still stick to the face frames, that's an issue.
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Does it spray more like paint or a wb lacquer?

I am suprised it can be used on cabinets without priming to stop tannin bleed.

Why would there be any Tanin bleed on a cabinet door that is being refinished. The original coat of lacquer or urethane would prevent any sort of Tanin from manufacturing
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What's the dry time on advance. Say I am spraying a house 3000sqft trim would I beable to 2 coat in the same day.
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What's the dry time on advance. Say I am spraying a house 3000sqft trim would I beable to 2 coat in the same day.
You can read the label on the can, you can pull up the TDS online, or you can ask here. The answer will be the same.

The "sqft trim" doesn't really affect the dry time.
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What's the dry time on advance. Say I am spraying a house 3000sqft trim would I beable to 2 coat in the same day.

We have recoated when dry to the touch many times. I typically let surfaces like bookshelves dry over night but vertical trim I will recoat same day no problem. Have heard same suggestion from my rep.

So on a big house you probably could start second coat once finished with first coat. But I would do your own testing. On something small. Don't just take the word of some internet paint jockey
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I know there's plenty of people (like Damon) that have said they've had consistent good luck recoating quicker, but for every person that says that I hear from another person who's had a problem doing it that way, so it's hard to say. I always just recommend an overnight dry. I think the can says 16 hours or some such.

Edit: Oh, and Satin is by far my most popular sheen, but that may be regional.
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Why would there be any Tanin bleed on a cabinet door that is being refinished. The original coat of lacquer or urethane would prevent any sort of Tanin from manufacturing

One would think so. But I always get some kind of bleed with water base primers. Some seem to lock it down though for the most part.


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One would think so. But I always get some kind of bleed with water base primers. Some seem to lock it down though for the most part.


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Me too. It's easy to burn through that clear coat.
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I find pores in oak and areas of moderate wear are enough to always stain through.


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