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Old 07-19-2012, 04:20 PM   #16
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Is Sherwin Williams HGTV paint Classic 99?


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ric i like reading all your post . always informative. no stirring up here .and not to be a smart azz ,but really i don't care .i been around to long to drink the kool aid. with that said it is classic 99 just kidding
No kool aid needed. All manufactured paint is required by law to have a MSDS sheet for every product produced. That document has a ton of info on it but what's relevant here is the chemical makeup of the product. Pull a MSDS sheet on classic 99 and one on HGTV and compare. Also read the technical data sheet to compare application rates , dry times, recoat times, sheen levels and list of ingredients. In addition try the old fashion way of doing a side by side comparison roll out, brush out of these products and see what you discover. I'm not a rocket scientist nor among the privileged few who formulate these products yet I also just didn't fall off the turnip truck either. So compare based on the facts not opinions and see what you discover

I do have a few questions for our resident experts who have claimed to not have partaken of the sacred Kool aid... Have you used hgtv paint before? Have you used classic 99 before? Have you compared the products to each other before? What criteria do you use when forming your opinion? Data sheets? MSDS? Using these products? Or maybe a blog you read, the Internet or maybe a book you once read?

At the end of the day I would rather rely on facts rather than hearsay, truth rather than fiction and proof rather than credulity.

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Old 07-19-2012, 04:35 PM   #17
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No kool aid needed. All manufactured paint is required by law to have a MSDS sheet for every product produced. That document has a ton of info on it but what's relevant here is the chemical makeup of the product. Pull a MSDS sheet on classic 99 and one on HGTV and compare. Also read the technical data sheet to compare application rates , dry times, recoat times, sheen levels and list of ingredients. In addition try the old fashion way of doing a side by side comparison roll out, brush out of these products and see what you discover. I'm not a rocket scientist nor among the privileged few who formulate these products yet I also just didn't fall off the turnip truck either. So compare based on the facts not opinions and see what you discover

I do have a few questions for our resident experts who have claimed to not have partaken of the sacred Kool aid... Have you used hgtv paint before? Have you used classic 99 before? Have you compared the products to each other before? What criteria do you use when forming your opinion? Data sheets? MSDS? Using these products? Or maybe a blog you read, the Internet or maybe a book you once read?

At the end of the day I would rather rely on facts rather than hearsay, truth rather than fiction and proof rather than credulity.

I thought anything on the internet had to be true
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Old 07-19-2012, 04:37 PM   #18
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Like you I have better things to do than lie on a public forum. So rather than challenge someone's credentials, why not focus on what this forum is about and that is helping people.

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