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Old 11-30-2017, 05:00 PM   #41
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PACman, I rarely make a special trip to pick up Gardz as I try to always have it with me on jobs. I certaily pay more for it than I do for 123 because 1) it costs more than 123 and 2) it is a different product than 123 and is not equally interchangeable with 123 in all circumstances. Actually, I like to have both on hand at most of my jobs.

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Brushman4, you and CApainter are makin me crazy!



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I just bathed in a tub of warm Gardz. You wouldn't believe how hard my skin is!

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Old 12-01-2017, 06:37 AM   #44
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Can't believe everyone gets so worked up over a flip job. When they have problems they will look for a painter to do it correctly. Then that painter can charge top dollar because of all the labor involved. Bad paint jobs, like bad paint, keep the quality people in business.
I am bidding one right now. My inner painter wants to scream. But, it is a big job and if keeps me busy in December I am willing to do the job. I have told the HO that not sanding and cleaning can lead to issues in the future, so that makes me feel a little better.

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I am bidding one right now. My inner painter wants to scream. But, it is a big job and if keeps me busy in December I am willing to do the job. I have told the HO that not sanding and cleaning can lead to issues in the future, so that makes me feel a little better.

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I just bathed in a tub of warm Gardz. You wouldn't believe how hard my skin is!

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But is it moisturized?
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Aw man! I tried it at home and it look like crap! Dang-it i should have listened to you!
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