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Old 12-21-2009, 11:15 AM   #21
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I am curious as well. Per BB's question, "do you not warranty paints if thinners or japan driers are added?" Is it warrantied or not? Thanks.
Im not the manufacturer, just a dealer so I cant speak for them, just myself. My best answer, if its not recommended on the can....they probably wont cover it. Call and ask.
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Old 12-21-2009, 11:25 AM   #22
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Im not the manufacturer, just a dealer so I cant speak for them, just myself. My best answer, if its not recommended on the can....they probably wont cover it. Call and ask.

That's one reason why I don't add that stuff, if its not recommended in the PDS I don't do it. Because i want my supplier to pay for a failure if one occurs and that would be a loop hole for them to get out of it. IMO
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I would stick to your guns. Tell them Jason on PT said it is not the right thing to do. Once you tell them what I said they will understand and receive you with open arms in the spring time.
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I would stick to your guns. Tell them Jason on PT said it is not the right thing to do. Once you tell them what I said they will understand and receive you with open arms in the spring time.
It's raining chit

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They are right. The manufacturer probably says not to do it. I can only tell you that we used to do the exteriors of over 300 brick rentals all owned by the same company. They all wound up being done about every 3-4 years. (my fathers business then). Never had a cold related failure.
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Dont get sucked in to the whole behind the gutter deal! I had a gutter guy rip off all the gutters on a job three weeks before we could start and all i heard about from the customer was gutters gutters gutters! Its not your problem bro,see um in may!
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If your weather is anything like it is in KY, then you will get some warmer weather coming up. It may be 35 today but 2 weeks from now it could get up to 55. Wait for the warm week that is bound to happen. Also they can wait on gutters. Gutters are not completely necessary right away. On top of all that I would definitely not use oil base in that type of weather. You want something that is going to dry quicker without additives use Duration or something similar. Oil base outside really just doesnt make any sense to me.
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I'm sorry exterior painting season is over.If you would like a contract for spring I can put you first on my list
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