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  1. NACE
    11-03-2014 07:44 AM - permalink
    NACE
    Glad to help. Best wishes for success!
  2. kdpaint
    10-26-2014 11:35 AM - permalink
    kdpaint
    Thanks, I had mentioned 2 part products, but she had the UltraMax kicking around, and just bought the house, so she was feeling cheap. She thinks I'm an overkill guy so I just smiled and said, "Well, it will work ok, but the $100 or so extra for the 2 part stuff is well spent after all the work you put into the floor design." Thanks again for your advice!
  3. kdpaint
    10-19-2014 01:24 PM - permalink
    kdpaint
    Hi,
    Ok, so...I have never done this so I'm not sure what is the best way to proceed.
    Good friend had a hardwood floor- she sanded it, oil primed it, then painted patterns on it with urethane modified alkyd paint (B Moore Porch and Floor) Now, she wants me to put 2/3 coats of clear poly over it for added protection.

    She has a gallon of Zar Ultramax. Any other suggestions? I take no responsibility for whats underneath, and how it was done.

    It's a residential kitchen floor. Dog paws and walking people only.
    Thanks for your help, your input is always appreciated!
    Kieran
  4. Specific Solutions
    10-17-2009 01:45 AM - permalink
    Specific Solutions
    Greetings. I read this thread with great interest: https://www.painttalk.com/f6/new-smoo...es-rails-5160/ and noted your contribution regarding the weathering age of new cedar prior to staining. I wonder if you might be willing to provide some guidance on a job I am currently working on. We have recently complete a new porch finished mainly in cedar (minus the decking which is a composite) - about 5-6 weeks ago. The sub scheduled to do the finish work became injured and I was unaware of the possible implications of waiting for him to do this job. We have fascia, posts and railings to finish. While we have encountered the weather, there has been very minimal usage of the deck. I am ready to put someone else on the job, but wanted to be smart about how we proceed. That is, do we need to do any special prep? How many days of dry weather do we need before and after each coat? Is this the same answer for the first priming coat as it would be for the subsequent coats? Since it is smooth cedar, do you recommend a "scratch" sanding - and can you explain what this is? None of the parts of this job were primed before construction. I can see from other posts that this could be a problem later on. Any additional advice you can provide about this would also greatly be appreciated. Locally, I have not been able to find the kind of expertise you seem to have. I appreciate any help and direction you may be able to provide. Thank you in advance. Robin
  5. Arte Bella
    08-15-2008 12:09 AM - permalink
    Arte Bella
    Thank you so much for the help.
    If you could forward the information to [email protected].
    Thanks again,
    Maria

About Me

  • About NACE
    What is your paint related field or trade:
    Nace Coatings Inspector, Marine Coatings Specialist, Sherwin-Williams Marine Division
    Location
    Fairfield, CT
    Professional Biography
    Residential, Commercial, Industrial Coating Sales and Consulting
    Special Skills, Interests, and Hobbies
    Fresh and Salt Water Fly Fishing, Boating, Sporting Clays, Mountain Biking, Sports with kids
    Occupation
    New York Metro Marine Coatings Specialist Sherwin Williams

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  • Last Activity: Yesterday 07:23 PM
  • Join Date: 05-15-2008
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Mentions

12-25-2018
08:13 PM - cocomonkeynuts mentioned NACE in post Teak Furniture Restoration
NACE just wondering how t...
04-07-2018
10:20 PM - Tprice2193 mentioned NACE in post bilco door re paint
NACE - Thanks for a thoro...
02-18-2018
10:32 AM - AngieM mentioned NACE in post white bubbles cracked in wooden laquor surface
... great question for NACE It looks to me like ...
03-20-2017
09:59 AM - AngieM mentioned NACE in post Bad bleed bathroom walls
...s. Maybe someone or NACE can tell us how this...
12-10-2016
04:13 PM - DeanV mentioned NACE in post Non-shrinking caulk for trim
Thanks NACE for his post. I hav...
11:25 AM - PNW Painter mentioned NACE in post Non-shrinking caulk for trim
...ollow the advice of NACE and use Tower Tech I...
08-23-2016
10:58 PM - AngieM mentioned NACE in post Mold on overhang
...f education. Thanks NACE
08-15-2016
08:48 PM - Joe67 mentioned NACE in post Painting exotic/Brazilain hardwoods
@NACE, thanks for the repl...
08-05-2016
05:02 PM - Rbriggs82 mentioned NACE in post Product Suggestions for Repainting Standing Seam Roof
...s tag thingy works. NACE
06-03-2016
04:25 PM - journeymanPainter mentioned NACE in post Prepping this nasty wall
NACE any ideas?
04-05-2016
08:55 PM - journeymanPainter mentioned NACE in post Zinc power and epoxy
...st zinc coatings. NACE should be able to gi...
09-08-2015
11:43 AM - journeymanPainter mentioned NACE in post Surfactant Leeching on Concrete
...to try and put what NACE said into simpler te...
09-07-2015
11:57 AM - I paint paint mentioned NACE in post Surfactant Leeching on Concrete
...t's ok. I agree. NACE would u mind sharing...
07-23-2015
02:48 PM - DrakeB mentioned NACE in post Decks and all the mis information around them
...e-deck-14084/ where NACE made a very good pos...

Quotes

08-08-2019
08:39 PM - Woodco quoted NACE in post Durability of 1 vs 2 coats on exterior
The US Forestry Service h...
04:26 PM - Lightningboy65 quoted NACE in post Durability of 1 vs 2 coats on exterior
The US Forestry Service h...
03:06 PM - NACE quoted Woodco in post Durability of 1 vs 2 coats on exterior
Is there test data comparin...
05-23-2019
09:36 PM - NACE quoted cardgunner in post BM Floor Enamel or BM Arborcoat Stain
This is from BM Good afterno...
05-06-2019
10:36 PM - BrushPro quoted NACE in post Granite Shop with mold/mildew. Product recommendations?
It gets very humid in the...
07:22 PM - NACE quoted BrushPro in post Granite Shop with mold/mildew. Product recommendations?
It gets very humid in there b...
03-22-2019
08:23 AM - NACE quoted illusionsgame in post Advice on dry time acelerators?
I found a latex accelerator, but c...
03-08-2019
09:35 AM - PACman quoted NACE in post clear coat over raw steel
The cleanliness of the st...
02-24-2019
06:10 PM - finishesbykevyn quoted NACE in post Seeding
125 or 190 mess.I straine...
05:30 PM - NACE quoted finishesbykevyn in post Seeding
Ya, I guess straining could be an op...
09:16 AM - finishesbykevyn quoted NACE in post Seeding
That maybe unground pigme...
02-03-2019
05:19 PM - cocomonkeynuts quoted NACE in post Advance ....again.
I’ve never heard th...
08:38 AM - NACE quoted PNW Painter in post Advance ....again.
I’ve never heard the term “seede...
02-01-2019
01:06 PM - PNW Painter quoted NACE in post Advance ....again.
Did you strain first? Won...
12-27-2018
02:58 PM - cocomonkeynuts quoted NACE in post Teak Furniture Restoration
The pieces I left out and...
02:09 PM - NACE quoted cocomonkeynuts in post Teak Furniture Restoration
NACE just wondering how the stain i...
12-04-2018
12:34 PM - PACman quoted NACE in post Pop quiz!
When the surface and air ...
12-03-2018
08:16 PM - NACE quoted PACman in post Pop quiz!
Yup. But when does THAT hap...
11:36 AM - PACman quoted NACE in post Pop quiz!
Whenever it reaches its f...
10-29-2018
08:15 PM - NACE quoted Alchemy Redux in post Western Red Cedar Solvent Soluble Extractives???
Thanks Mike. The problem turned o...

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