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Old 11-22-2007, 09:53 PM   #1
 
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Hello my name is John Iam a painter/owner from upstate NY I work with my father and we primarly do re models and new construction. I just finished priming a 3000sq ftr and the drywall was absolute garbage, it seems to be the norm anymore and is very frustrating. any way Hello!!
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Old 11-22-2007, 10:04 PM   #2
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Hi...theres great stuff here..you might even find some nice drywall
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Good to meet ya John.
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Hi John, welcome.
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I just finished priming a 3000sq ftr and the drywall was absolute garbage
hope you we're using high build primer...

anyway, welcome to paint talk
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Welcome to PaintTalk.com... Glad your here!
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actually started w/ pro-mar 200 but the homeowner is a manager at the big blue box store and asked me to try their primer. it was actually very good and about half the price.
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I think you mean preprite 200

promar is a finish paint
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your right, it used to be pro-mar drywall primer but now its prep rite
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Welcome John,

I used HD interior behr primer and liked it...
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hey r , where on the central coast are you?
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Hello everyone. I'm a 27 year painter in Florida
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