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  1. General Painting Discussion
    I pose this question today after doing a little bit of research that nobody but me seems to notice. Recently, Sherwin Williams changed to label of its Promar 200 label from a white background to a blue background. Very minimal change, right? Along with this new blue label came new information...
  2. Surface Preparation and Application
    I have been a long time fan of the Promar 200 line from Sherwin Williams. Ever since they added the new blue labels I have noticed big issues with coverage. The largest issue I noticed is the cut in lines around the edging do not cover completely. Also, on the last job I finished the walls...
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