Greetings from Texas:
I'm new to this forum, but not new to the profession. Was a full-time painter 15 years ago, and now I do mostly side jobs for referrals. My specialty is enamel trim and interiors, and I am dreading the day when Ben Moore stops making oil-based satin Impervo. It's going to be like taking a surf board away from a surfer.
I'm just about to start working (brushing) with Advance. Bought my first "trial" gallon on Saturday at my local BM store. I also read this post...
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Hey, I like the name Enameleer! A little homework? Yep....! When I started out as a painter, my foreman didn't miss a thing. If there was "homework" of any kind, we had to do it. He was as strong as the Gorn, and if you didn't measure up, here's what you got.....