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Old 03-02-2008, 03:57 PM   #21
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Hi all, looks like [email protected] and I are the only "left coast" guys here. I am guessing that most of you haven't heard of and don't us Kelly-Moore Paints. I work for them in the northern California area. Being in the trade for 14 yrs now, I have done my fair share of ptg. Our premium line of paint is called Acry-Shield. Our lowsheen product #1245 is one of our best sellers corporate wide.

We have over 20 standard/stock colors in the line and I would put it up to Super paint w/o question.

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Welcome aboard! If your stuff is that good, I hope you plan to grow to the east coast.
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Old 03-02-2008, 04:02 PM   #22
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Hi all, looks like [email protected] and I are the only "left coast" guys here. I am guessing that most of you haven't heard of and don't us Kelly-Moore Paints. I work for them in the northern California area. Being in the trade for 14 yrs now, I have done my fair share of ptg. Our premium line of paint is called Acry-Shield. Our lowsheen product #1245 is one of our best sellers corporate wide.

We have over 20 standard/stock colors in the line and I would put it up to Super paint w/o question.

Glad to be here!
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I have heard of Kelly-Moore. I actually would like to try the stuff ya'll use. It ight be a good sell point for the upper class to have something no one else has. My Grandpa had one painter about my age 10 or more years ag from Cali. He had Frazee patches on his painters pants. Actually, one hme I did a re-paint on had a quart of it. I snatched up for my personal testing.
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I'm here in the mid west. Frigid SW MN. Not to near Alexandria either.

Big Diamond Vogel and SW, BM country here. Either of you guys coming this way?
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Doubtful Wing 54. All 3 of those companies make good products.
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In that case anybody need painters out there. Live on an acreage & just came in from outside, windchill near 15. Too darn cold for this time of year.

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duration on every house starting this spring, used to be superpaint but I had awesome feedback from the crews on duration so I switched
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I love that it's a one coat life time warranty product and the fact that it's great to work with. I have actually considered the same change from Super Paint. Hmmm wonder if I can get a lower price if I tell my paint rep I will use it exclusively for the bulk of my exterior projects..??? Hmmmm... Making a call tomorrow..


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The primer used can have an effect on the gloss. Specialized high build primers like Peel Bond have high hold out which will give you a true gloss in the topcoat.
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Hmmm wonder if I can get a lower price if I tell my paint rep I will use it exclusively for the bulk of my exterior projects..??? Hmmmm... Making a call tomorrow
good luck with that...last time I asked, SW hadn't lowered it for anyone no matter what amount you're using...let us know though
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Hey Brent,
I was wondering where the Kelly Moore guys were! I'm in Nor Cal too and I love the lowsheen Acry-Shield. Way better than Superpaint and a better price too.
New here, just poking around...
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good luck with that...last time I asked, SW hadn't lowered it for anyone no matter what amount you're using...let us know though
They told me the same thing early last year....

To my surprise when I called my most favorite store today..... They are looking at dropping my price some where between $3-5 per Gal of the 5gal price... It's not in the bank yet but looks promising!


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Hey Brent,
I was wondering where the Kelly Moore guys were! I'm in Nor Cal too and I love the lowsheen Acry-Shield. Way better than Superpaint and a better price too.
New here, just poking around...
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Hi Diana,
thx for the vote, 1245 is quite honestly a great product. Nice pic by the way! Is that your car covered in yellow?? Oops. Where is your account out of?
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