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Old 12-30-2015, 10:59 AM   #21
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Would you be able to send me a pic of your primer wall. Mine is looking weak so definitely looking for reinforcements
My space is pretty limited so I don't have a primer wall. I have a Storm Stain System wall instead. Makes more sense in my store.
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A-100 oil primer is the only good product with A-100 on the label as far as I'm concerned.
Yeah well. Use the BM penetrating primer and the switch to the A-100 see how you like that.

I bet you would **** in the can, close the lid and throw it away.
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Gardz for sure, Zinsser 123, Coverstain, Bin
The rep told me Gardz os really good for wallpaper what do you like it for
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My space is pretty limited so I don't have a primer wall. I have a Storm Stain System wall instead. Makes more sense in my store.
I have limited endcaps, so I need to utlize them well and get as much exposure to the products I carry
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Old 12-30-2015, 11:34 AM   #25
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Yeah well. Use the BM penetrating primer and the switch to the A-100 see how you like that.

I bet you would **** in the can, close the lid and throw it away.
I don't paint so... I'm sure the BM is superior, BUT i have had good luck in the past selling the A-100 oil primer as well.

And is that "behr" that got censored?
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Gardz works great for spot priming patches. It eliminates flashing.
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Gardz is also a fine wall covering primer, besides doing a good job doing what it is labeled for.
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