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Old 04-21-2010, 01:35 PM   #1
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proclassic acrylic/alkyd hybrid enamel


I am having my house painted and i have seen his work with OIL proclassic paint and it is great. I am affraid of the yellowing that oil can produce and was thinking of going with proclassic acrylic(waterbourn).. then i came across a hybrid... acrylic/alkyd... Any thoughts or has anyone used this.. Will it still yellow because of the alkyd.....? I want the look of the oil, but not at the expense of yellowing..
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proclassic acrylic/alkyd hybrid enamel


For what its worth, I used the latex Proclassic on a set of doors and miles of trim. Worked great. Oil is nicer, but I was painting over latex and didn't want the downsides of oil.
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