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Old 06-21-2011, 05:04 AM   #41
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popcorn is so porous that I usually spray two coats on it, of course I spray it once wait a bit and spray a second coat going the opposite direction.
This is the exact same technique that I use. It has worked flawless over the years and I am sticking to it. I make sure the last coat passes are with the sun rays of light.

Precision-Tbay and I use the same Glidden flat ceiling paint I have done acoustic ceiling (popcorn) and ceiling tile with it and at 11 bucks a gal its
hard beat and has yet to let me down. Rob p s always learning on this sight thanks all for the great input
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Old 06-21-2011, 11:08 PM   #42
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Does anyone use MAB on here? I never here it mentioned. I use Fresh Kote a lot and it beats the pants off Promar.
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For ceilings, I've had continued success with sw promar 400 flat. To help with coverage I boost it with a couple shots of white. I boost my white trim paint too. I find it makes a difference.
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is a 13 month old dead thread officially necro? Or just something served up on Fear Factor?





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Hey guys, since this thread got bumped I just wanna say that I'm still learning
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Hey guys, since this thread got bumped I just wanna say that I'm still learning
well in a few more years, you will know EVERYTHING. Look how many people here act like they do.



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Me too
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I thought only NEPS did.
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For ceilings try SW's masterhide, flat, covers good and is cheap.
That's what we use all day long. I'm pretty sure it's even less $$ than 400.
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Just realized it's a old thread but I'm still learning these days also.
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Just realized it's a old thread but I'm still learning these days also.
Ah well, these old threads bug the hell outta Mr. Archibald so I like to see them !
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