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Old 08-15-2012, 02:24 PM   #16
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You real sure it's oil? Sounds like latex that you're cleaning with solvents..

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Old 08-15-2012, 03:46 PM   #17
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How on earth do you clean a brush you've used for Valspar Signature interior oil paint. Mineral spirits can't get it out even if you leave in the can overnight. Laquer thinner works a little better but is hard on brushes. Gasoline won't do it either. I never had any oil paint before that wouldn't clean up easy with solvents. What's going on?

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So Chris, because you actually never really answer anything- let me read into that. Valspar Signature only comes in latex?
Am I right? I don't actually know.
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So Chris, because you actually never really answer anything- let me read into that. Valspar Signature only comes in latex?
Am I right? I don't actually know.

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How on earth do you clean a brush you've used for Valspar Signature interior oil paint. Mineral spirits can't get it out even if you leave in the can overnight. Laquer thinner works a little better but is hard on brushes. Gasoline won't do it either. I never had any oil paint before that wouldn't clean up easy with solvents. What's going on?

read the freekin can oil does not exsist
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Just my two cents...I remodeled my bathroom, including new drywall, and painted the walls in a Valspar eggshell. I primed the walls properly and all that jazz, and even after three coats I was still getting streaks and spots of darker shades after it dried. And it was all from the same can! Not happy with Valspar interior and will never use it again.
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Just my two cents...I remodeled my bathroom, including new drywall, and painted the walls in a Valspar eggshell. I primed the walls properly and all that jazz, and even after three coats I was still getting streaks and spots of darker shades after it dried. And it was all from the same can! Not happy with Valspar interior and will never use it again.

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