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Old 08-14-2018, 11:22 AM   #1
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I know a guy in Central Italy that wants to paint his home's
exterior window and door trims that have been weathered
over time and have been sanded down to bare wood and
ready to prime and paint. He was recommended the local
brand of Sayerlack paint AZ2130/85 (Larch). When I look up
Sayerlack - it says it is a Sherwin-Williams brand.
according to the Sayerlack Products page, it is a "hydroplus waterborne
topcoat transparent thixo for exteriors" (larch color).

but I don't know if it is a paint or solid stain or even if it is truly for exterior use.
if it is indeed a transparent stain, does it require a primer of some sort ??
Is anyone familiar with this product that can provide some definite accurate
information on it ?? I can not download the TDS or SDS without being a member.
with the limited paint stores in his area, I don't know if other
brands like PPG, BenMoore, etc are available so I am trying to nail down this
Sayerlack brand as the appropriate product for exterior residential wood trim.
It will be applied with brush. (I also suggested he contact Sayerlack Cust. Serv.
via email but has not received an answer yet). sound familiar ??
thank you for your time.

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Old 08-14-2018, 01:15 PM   #2
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I searched paintdocs.com and all that is on there are the MSDS sheets. It is however an exterior transparent product. Has anyone called their customer service phone number yet?
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I searched paintdocs.com and all that is on there are the MSDS sheets. It is however an exterior transparent product. Has anyone called their customer service phone number yet?

Questions is, does anyone speak Italian? lol
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The hydroplus I used was an interior product only. But they do make other exterior products in the "hydro" or waterbased line-up.


Sayerlack makes some real class act coatings though, top notch stuff that comes with a $ tag.


They do have some exterior coatings, not sure exactly of the chemical makeup, but are touted to be 20 year products. Not sure if it's a bake on finish or polyester based or what. Still something I'm investigating and researching.

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Questions is, does anyone speak Italian? lol
Hopefully a guy in central Italy does.
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