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Old 03-08-2008, 04:13 AM   #21
 
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LOL.

Did you know that years ago, and may still today, McCloskey (stain manuf.) had a slogan of "McCloskey, for the good of your wood"

As a younger man it cracked me up. Still does a bit.
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Old 03-09-2008, 08:48 AM   #22
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Back-Priming = Waste of Time & Money
Backprime= My time and the clients money!
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I believe in the principle that what you do to one side of a board, you do to the other side. Of course I only go so far as to prime the back side, not triple coat it like the front. But, you see my point. If an efficient system for coating the trim on the ground can be devised, the effort involved in back priming is not a significant addition...IMO
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Back-priming in my eyes serves no purpose. I'm not in the business of taking advantage of my clients. I need proof that there is a reason to back-prime. I'm from Missouri - Show me,
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Hi paintboy2,
welcome to this amazing forum. who do you work for? nathan the moderator is great, so don't be afraid of who/what you are/do. just don't go out of your way to push your products/services. again, welcome.
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