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Old Yesterday, 08:44 PM   #21
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Thanks, Mike you're right
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Thanks for all the great advice guys. Appreciate it!!!
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Ordered in a bunch of latex crackle medium last week for a customer
Curious what a ‘ bunch’ is. It doesn’t take much to do the job.
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Curious what a ‘ bunch’ is. It doesn’t take much to do the job.

customer ordered 4 quarts. ordered 6 quarts, should have been enough I thought. then called and said needed 3 more. Some restoration company.
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Probably 400-450 linear feet
women's touch, I assume you are replying to my posts about how many linear feet you have. In the future, if you reply by clicking on the "Quote" at the bottom of the post, you will include the verbiage that you are answering to. This saves confusion.

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