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Old 07-11-2015, 01:24 PM   #41
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Hey paint core What primer and finishes do u use Good stuff
We use a ton of kem aqua. I like aqualente primer. The kem Aqua surfacer is ok. I still use bin for oak. Open grain woods can get saturated with geese. Imo there's no substitute for pigmented shellac.
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Old 07-19-2015, 04:44 PM   #42
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Just finished this one used BM Aura satin it went well but blocking as expected sucked. Dry time was very good and once cured very hard substrate. I'm still a huge fan of Advance love spraying and brushing rolling lol that product. I don't get into aaa pumps anymore or hvlp. I can do what I need to do with airless and PS. KA is a great product as are many others. I still like my Advance the semi , satin mix comes out like a thing of beauty when sprayed.

I understand rather upside of breakthrough and what RPF does ( awesome work)
uaing an AAA the way to go if your doing the production he does.
Kevin was making PB&J sandwhich lol at time of photo.
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