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Old 10-14-2012, 02:38 PM   #1
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Got about 4500 Sf of exterior finished metal that I am looking at. The factory finish is chalked real bad.

Was thinking about using this: http://www.paintdocs.com/webmsds/web...E&prodno=B66W1

I was planning on washing it real good to remove all the chalk possible.

I'm wondering if I should consider adding emulsabond to the dtm. I wonder if it's compatible with this product.

Any flood or SW reps around, or anybody care to comment?

Thanks.
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Old 10-14-2012, 02:47 PM   #2
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I'm not a fan of EB honestly. Some people swear by it, I say get the chalk off. Don't rely on a product to bind it. It may/may not help, I'd rather be certain by cleaning.

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Pressure wash, use SW BondPlex instead. No primer just go. No additives necessary.
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What's the best detergent for chalk these days?

It's been a couple years since I had one this bad.
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I'm not a fan of EB honestly. Some people swear by it, I say get the chalk off. Don't rely on a product to bind it. It may/may not help, I'd rather be certain by cleaning.

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I've also worried that, if there were a problem down the road, the paint mfg. would hang us out to dry for adding some other material to their product.

Not that PPG would ever do such a thing, even if we DIDN'T add anything.
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I'm a huge fan of EB but I've never tried it with DTM.
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What's the best detergent for chalk these days?

It's been a couple years since I had one this bad.
A strong tsp mix, dawn, and some elbow grease..

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A strong tsp mix, dawn, and some elbow grease..

Can you do it at dusk as well??
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Can you do it at dusk as well??
Only if Selma is around and you bring your anti vampire arsenal.
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I'm glad SOMEONE caught that ^. No Quentin Terentino fans out there? :shrug:
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I appreciate the responses on this. I may not get this project rolling till spring. He's dragging his feet and it's already gambling with the weather. Metal exterior surface, sub 50 degree temps are becoming a greater part of the day, and it could turn cold and snowy any day now.
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