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Old 07-31-2014, 09:11 PM   #21
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Alot of yellows are "interior only" colors.....they will fade drastically and sw won't tint them unless you really understand it
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We were looking at the 'stock' safe colors, and none of them have black, or yellow colorants. Its an interesting system, but they won't give us the colour code because of proprietary reasons.

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Definitely interesting to work with, not my favorite product (reliance). Flashed to much, coverage was garbage, but if they are going to guarantee no warping, then we'll cough up the $300/pail (we normally pay $100).

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Alot of yellows are "interior only" colors.....they will fade drastically and sw won't tint them unless you really understand it
What about the yellow submarine?
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What about the yellow submarine?
We all live in it, not outside of it, who cares what it looks like

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Is there any chance you can persuade the customer to have you color match the existing paint on the vinyl siding? That takes the pressure off you. I've painted a lot of vinyl. Pressure wash, SealKrete, and usually Superpaint. I've never had a buckling issue, but then, I've never applied a substantially darker color to the vinyl's original color. Siding gets really hot here in Central Florida, and I don't have experience with the SW 'vinyl safe' paint. Sticking with the original color is best, obviously.
Sealkrete, is this the water repellent you use? I have a fair amount of aluminum to spray & after numerous soft brush cleanings it's still chalky. I've heard of using sealkrete but never tried it so wondering which sealkrete product should I try? I'll be using the "vinyl safe" in Duration as the finish.
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Sealkrete, is this the water repellent you use? I have a fair amount of aluminum to spray & after numerous soft brush cleanings it's still chalky. I've heard of using sealkrete but never tried it so wondering which sealkrete product should I try? I'll be using the "vinyl safe" in Duration as the finish.

Pretty sure John is talking about Seal Krete Original. Great stuff, locks down chalk well.

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