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Old 03-26-2008, 08:15 AM   #21
 
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Hi, my name is Gina and I work for a leading water based resin manufacturer. We develop resins for use in decorative paints. I am looking for painters who could give an hour or so of time (at your leisure) to brush out 5 paints and comment of application properties. Your feedback goes into developing new products for paint manufacturers - before the products come to you. Here's a chance to influence future products with your input! We're interested in hearing your views on what is needed to make better trim paints and improve water based paints in general! If you are interested, please post a response. As a token of appreciation, you will also receive a nice digital camera for your effort in this project! Thanks, and hope to hear from some of you soon!!
If you are looking for someone in Florida to test products, you can contact me.

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Old 03-26-2008, 09:00 AM   #22
 
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We manufacture a lot of different resin types. We do acrylic emulsions (latex), water borne alkyds (very low VOC, high gloss = to solvent borne, good stability), polyurethanes, alkyds - we do a lot of different technologies, most of which are for water borne paints. We usually sell direct to the paint manufacturers. If you have additional questions about specific technologies, please ask. Is this alkyd needed for a specific application?

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Gina, does your company manufacture any other type of resins? For example a water soluble linseed/alkyd with high acid value maybe? I am looking for something in that category which is why I ask.
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For anyone in the New England area that would be willing, we would like to have about 10 of you at our facility to do the application. We'll provide lunch, and hope that we can have some good discussions about the painting industry needs and expectations for future products. If anyone is interested, I can check and see if we can also give a tour of our polyurethane plant on site. I need to make sure it is ok from a safety standpoint first then let you know.

quote=daArch;19736]HEY, maybe a bunch of us "Massholes" can make it up to Wilmington and test her products and get to know each other to boot.

Gina, you struck gold !

And Slick, Because PWG and I made it down to CMDB, I expect YOU to drive up !!!![/quote]
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Ok, sorry - bikerboy mentioned I can get your emails on the left hand side of the post if I click on your names. It keeps telling me that there is no contact info for each one of you who have volunteered. Is there something I'm missing here? Thanks for any help you can give!
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Gina, to prevent spam on the forum, new users can not send private messages, or view email addys. You might want to contact Nathan (the administrator) to enable those functions for you.
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Thanks, I will!

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Gina, yes. Exterior wood stains.
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Gina,
I work for Kelly-Moore Paints in Ca, and I would love the opportunity to get your test into the hands of one of my customers. They are consummate pro's and would give great feedback.

Please send me a PM, or email me @ [email protected]

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For those of you who would like to participate but don't want to post your email - please email my personal account [email protected]. Sorry, no one can do personal messages or view email anymore...

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I sent you an email. Sounds like fun! Chicago here.
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Thanks for the camera! It's nice! Like I told you, I don't realy need a camera ... the one I have is awesome. But I might keep that one in the car for Safety Talk Pics, Quality Improvement Pics, and work related stuff.

I was thinking about dropping some of the samples by my local SW guy to try them out ... what do you think?

Who are you selling these resins to?

What products are they for? They seem to be interior trim paints.

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They are all for interior trim paints for this evaluation. You can try to discuss with SW, but we tried to recruit a few of their painters for this project and feedback was that is against company policy. Thanks for the thought though! We are selling some resins but not all in the study are commercial.

Glad you liked the camera!

Thanks to all for particiapation - we have the number of the professional painters we were hoping to get involved! Thanks to all!

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Thanks for the camera! It's nice! Like I told you, I don't realy need a camera ... the one I have is awesome. But I might keep that one in the car for Safety Talk Pics, Quality Improvement Pics, and work related stuff.

I was thinking about dropping some of the samples by my local SW guy to try them out ... what do you think?

Who are you selling these resins to?

What products are they for? They seem to be interior trim paints.

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