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Old 01-03-2016, 03:13 AM   #1
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I have been using Richard's sleeves for year's now, looking to switch, any suggestions?
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You are likely to get as many different answers to that question as there are members here.

Wooster Super Fabs are my go to for most of the interior work I do. But of course I vary what I use depending on the type of work I'm doing.
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I have been using Richard's sleeves for year's now, looking to switch, any suggestions?
If those sleeves were used for years, what's the purpose of replacing them with something different?
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If those sleeves were used for years, what's the purpose of replacing them with something different?
If you aren't having a problem with them, why do you want to change. That might help us a little in steering you towards something else. Are you looking for a little smoother finish, better paint delivery, more durable? Also which particular type or material of cover are you using. That way we can direct you towards something similar.
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