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Old 03-14-2012, 04:08 PM   #16
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The paint store is in Toledo on West Central Ave.

The store is Color Concepts

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The paint store is in Toledo on West Central Ave.

The store is Color Concepts
OK, I used to travel through that area...I believe the owner's name is John - good paint man, trust his advice.
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OK, I used to travel through that area...I believe the owner's name is John - good paint man, trust his advice.

Yes he is very good and his name is John.

After all the information I am sure you have used different brands of paint. I have one question to ask you out of all the brands of paint you have used which one would you rank your very best and why?

By the way where are you from?
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How many brands have you used, nhog, And why? Why have you not found one that you like and continued to use it?
Have you actually used any paint?
And why not?
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Yes he is very good and his name is John.

After all the information I am sure you have used different brands of paint. I have one question to ask you out of all the brands of paint you have used which one would you rank your very best and why?

By the way where are you from?
I've used and tested many (though I'm not a painter)...My personal favorite of all is...(drum roll, please)...Graham Paints out of Chicago. I know when Muralo incorporated Graham into their fold, technologies were exchanged between the 2 companies, but I don't know for certain if Muralo's Ultra Ceramic is the same as Graham's Aqua Borne Ceramic (prior to their merger, Muralo's Ultra was an incredible product in it's own right). Graham's Ceramic line (Aqua Borne Flat, Satin and Gloss) are amazing products - application, flow, leveling, durability (especially durability). I'm not sure about the quality of their less expensive lines, but their top-o-the-line is killer. Of course, this is only my opinion.

...and I hail from the great heart of the heartland, USA.
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I have always used Pittsburgh Paint until I got researching paint and found Muralo, and I was surprised just how much better Muralo was over the leading paint.

Last weekend I used Muralo Nano Kote and loved the way it went on and the finish was beautiful.

An John was very helpful when ask questions. I will be doing my whole interior of my house with Muralo each room at a time, when I get ready to paint them. Nothing will take the place of Muralo from now on.

Thank-You ric knows paint

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