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Old 10-18-2008, 11:55 AM   #21
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"B.I.N? whats the B.I.N... thanks for the tips"

I've looked at your past posts and come to the conclusion that your just another guy thinks painting is easy so he took on a big job, and is now relying on the friendly people of paint talk to walk him through it step by step.

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Old 10-18-2008, 04:27 PM   #22
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wow tough crowd..

let me clarify my background... i started in interior new construction... i never had to worry about previously painted, stained, mold, whatever..

flash forward three years, that company flops and im on my rearend.. so i start slowly popping repaint jobs in the communities of new construction i started in.. once again.. not much to em.. easy repaints.. slowly building my client lists..

here we are todya.. i have a big project.. not too familiar with old rental property which i admitted.. so i asked for some advice in a different thread..

now im shunned by three members for not knwoing about a product called B.I.N. that is a Shellac based primer ideally used to seal, prime and block out stains on previously painted or new work..

sorry gang i appreciate all the previous help but if you want me to remove myself from teh forurm becasue i had never had a need or used a pet-favorite product then I will..

but i thought this site was for "pros helping out pros" if we all knew everything WTF good is the site?

but.. once again thanks for the tip on the B.I.N. .. im sure i will have a need for it in the future..
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Old 10-18-2008, 04:57 PM   #23
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scholarlypainting,

Nice response.

(btw, do you have a preferred nick name? "scholarlypainting" is a pain to type. And reminds me too much of Student Pro Painters, College Pro, etc etc)

Not sure I will retract my statement quite yet, but I will admit I MIGHT have been too hasty to beat on you.

We've been burned lately and might be a little quick with the bucket of water.

You've laid down your situation very well - that's points for you. Honesty and humility is a good thing.

I have sympathy for the new guys trying to learn and build up a business, but if I sense a hack over stepping his bounds and trying to learn everything on our backs, then I will be harsh.

I'd like to say I'll give you another chance, but that in itself may be insulting to you.

I'll remain open to your quest to better yourself.

and yes, we are a tough crowd

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daArrch About the only thing I don't use for bin is nicotene stains. I have had it bleed through to many times. The last few dripping off the walls ones I have had have been oil all the way even top coat. Would love to know your trick to keeping it sealed
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daArrch About the only thing I don't use for bin is nicotene stains. I have had it bleed through to many times. The last few dripping off the walls ones I have had have been oil all the way even top coat. Would love to know your trick to keeping it sealed
WOW. Really?

The only "trick" I can think of was to wash first. As I said, I like ammonia. The most memorable situation was the ceiling above the seat of a chain smoker. The lady basically did not move from that seat at the kitchen table in her last years. Telephone and TV were right there. She was a friend's mother, so I know how much time she spent there. Cigarette always lit and smoke drifting up to the ceiling. After she passed, we washed the ceiling and sealed the stain with B.I.N. That was back in the "old" days before oil paints were castrated. We put two coats of SG oil over the B.I.N.



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scholarlypainting,

Nice response.

(btw, do you have a preferred nick name? "scholarlypainting" is a pain to type.

Not sure I will retract my statement quite yet, but I will admit I MIGHT have been too hasty to beat on you.

We've been burned lately and might be a little quick with the bucket of water.

You've laid down your situation very well - that's points for you. Honesty and humility is a good thing.

I have sympathy for the new guys trying to learn and build up a business, but if I sense a hack over stepping his bounds and trying to learn everything on our backs, then I will be harsh.

I'd like to say I'll give you another chance, but that in itself may be insulting to you.

I'll remain open to your quest to better yourself.

and yes, we are a tough crowd

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thanks bill.. i understand the forums best interest is to keep out the average homeowner and DIY-er, i know im not a seasoned veteran but someday i hope to climb the ranks.. ill take any chance i get
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Old 10-19-2008, 07:19 AM   #27
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here ya go!

I feel better now,thanks.
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Krud Kutter again is great, also Jasco no-rinse TSP is very good. Both leave very little residue, and Krud Kutter can be diluted 10-1.
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