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Old 03-11-2013, 08:30 PM   #1
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Where can I find Weatherbeater ultra superbond formula paint sold by Sears but not available in California anymore?

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Old 03-11-2013, 08:33 PM   #2
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I put it in google and got some info. You could try that too.

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Why do you have to have that brand?
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Painted entire house and block walls with it. Holding up great!. Am replacing concrete patio and will have to do some touchup painting. Did the painting 8 years ago and still looks like brand new job. The polyurethane in it makes it stick real good.
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Painted entire house and block walls with it. Holding up great!. Am replacing concrete patio and will have to do some touchup painting. Did the painting 8 years ago and still looks like brand new job. The polyurethane in it makes it stick real good.

Whatever they used 8 years ago most likely does not exist today. They change the formulas about every 8 hours.
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If it's not available in CA by law, you're not allowed to use it and no one will ship it there. Ain't that some sheet, the government has limited your choices.
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Government control I don't believe it.
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Old 03-13-2013, 12:16 PM   #8
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There have been numerous changes in paint formulas, (Yes, about evert 8 hours, ) in CA. We have made alot of formula improvements too, over the past 8 years. A local paint dealer should be able to direct you to what you need. Polyurethanes ontribute to film hardness, but don't contribute to adhesion; that will come from the acrylic resin.

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