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  1. Surface Preparation and Application
    I've heard from many painters on here that the proper application method for Aura paint is to let the cut-ins dry before rolling. My process has always been to try to keep a wet edge on the cut-ins so that everything blends together, and because my process involves: (1) cut-in, (2) 4 inch roll...
  2. General Painting Discussion
    Hello, I have a 130 year old Victorian in San Francisco that has been painted white for the last 30+ years. The facade is south facing, so it gets full sun, foggy or not, all day and my contractor has said the wood is in excellent condition, likely due to the white deflecting a lot of the sun's...
  3. General Painting Discussion
    Have never used Aura. Read on PT about how great it is. High end client wants highly durable flat/matte walls. So I suggest Aura. Talk with BM rep and he starts telling about how Aura is great but make sure you use some extender (but not too much). Make sure the cut in is fully dry before you...
  4. General Painting Discussion
    Opinions everybody...Is Aura the best exterior paint? We like it on old buildings because of the high build..it has elastomeric properties..and darker colors will hold out better b/c of the colorants. Do you think the SW Duration compares? We have a project in August spec'd for Duration Here...
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