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Old 04-07-2008, 11:38 AM   #21
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Mak-Deko- My Chicago geography is a little rusty. SW stores in Joliet, Plainfield, West Chicago, St. Charles should be near or on the way to the Bloomingdale location. PM me if you have a problem and I will make sure you can get it.
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Old 04-07-2008, 11:46 AM   #22
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Primer, thanks for the info. I am not a SW guy but I will into getting it there and see what they can do for me.
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House looks great and you can't beat the price.. but I'm curious as to what guarantee you would offer for the 3500 alum siding paint job?
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As I stated before, this was one of our contractor users. Although the pictures don't show it, the house wasn't that big. My guess around 1500 sq ft. I'm pretty sure the contractor guarantees the job for 2-3 years. I'm not certain though.

This house was obviously sprayed. There was little prep needed outside of pressure washing, cleaning and a small amount of wood trim. Painter used a 395 Graco, flat Superpaint and gloss Superpaint for the trim, UMA for the bonding primer coat which left the surface with a nice base for the topcoat.
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As for cars certainly no one is going to brush and roll a car, there two different elements not apple to apples there.
I swear, I know a painter who brushed his truck. And it looked alright.....from about 15 feet away!


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I painted my truck with a whiz roller. Looks like hell.
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lol there is someone who drives around my town in a hand painted, sand textured car. I am pretty sure they repaint it twice a year with interior flat paint. you can get an alright finish on aluminum usually with thin foam rollers. anyone hvlp aluminum siding to cut down on the over spray?
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