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Old 12-30-2015, 11:11 PM   #21
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dont the chemists just shake their heads when they hear about people adding this and that to their paint =/ lol
what do u know about any of this lol.,like me now
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Old 12-30-2015, 11:15 PM   #22
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dont the chemists just shake their heads when they hear about people adding this and that to their paint =/ lol
what do u know about any of this lol.,like me now ?
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im just speaking from talking to chemists who make the paint. you should see thier face when u mention stuff like "flotrol" and 'thinning". haha. (i actually love flotroll) dont use it much these days but I know when to use it. =D
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Using Graco 211 on base/casing, 311 on door panels, have no idea what is the deal with spraying trim as walls with 15 or 17. Trim is an individual thing, why would I spray wide and thick fan on 3" 4" boards several at a time? Doesn't it lets the error margin to grow?
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Hey Zoomer. I sure wish I had a tri tech rep near me. Been using cashmere on a job the last cpl weeks. I can spray zinsser with a 515 or 517 with no problems as soon as I go to cashmere I've got bad tailing going on. Wish I had a tri tech to try with it. It all gets back rolled so not a big deal. I still hate it though.
Man I hate that too.
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