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Old 09-17-2013, 07:22 PM   #21
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I'm paying around 55 a gallon for pro classic semi
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Old 09-17-2013, 07:49 PM   #22
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I'm paying around 55 a gallon for pro classic semi
Why do you get it so cheap?
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I'm paying around 55 a gallon for pro classic semi
$55 for paint that sags.......this is why I use Glidden 350
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Why do you get it so cheap?
$55 is cheap? That's nuts....
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Exactly.
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They charge me 40.99 per gallon.
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$55 for paint that sags.......this is why I use Glidden 350
How much do you pay for Glid350?
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I pay $42 for PC SG and 33 for 350 SG. PC is a bit better, IMO.
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I pay too much for PC too, though not quite $55. I brushed some louvered closet doors with it some time ago which was not fun, it definitely needs some babysitting. Overall though I like the paint it has a good finish and touched up well in my experience.
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PC sags bad, always be ready with a brush, it will level out even if partially dry.
Pro Classic by Sher-run Williams!7
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$33.
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My store actually has me using "Solo"....

They claim its a similar product...

Pay like 31.
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I think I pay 48 for it. I've heard about Solo--how do you like it? I've been using more Pro Classic lately and a little less Satin Impervo, because I am amazed by how well it hides for a trim paint.
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I think I pay 48 for it. I've heard about Solo--how do you like it? I've been using more Pro Classic lately and a little less Satin Impervo, because I am amazed by how well it hides for a trim paint.
I don't do a lot of interior trim jobs....so its hard to compare for me...
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Old 09-19-2013, 02:02 AM   #35
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I think I pay 48 for it. I've heard about Solo--how do you like it? I've been using more Pro Classic lately and a little less Satin Impervo, because I am amazed by how well it hides for a trim paint.
You talking WB or oil based?
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