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Old 03-24-2013, 09:02 AM   #16
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water on oil based?


Guess I'm just old fashioned.It would be a nightmare for me to have to come back to a customer's house and strip a peeling door (or several doors) and start over.Yes sanding is definitely essential.Thanks for the info guys- never too old to learn.

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Old 03-24-2013, 09:19 AM   #17
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While I almost always sand and use a primer, here is an example of one that would probably work fine straight on with prep-
So almost all absolutes usually have some exceptions, and with the tech changing so quickly in paints and the completion is fierce to get an edge, this will only increase.

http://www.muralo.net/products/ultra_7657.php
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That looks like a nice product BJ, unfortunately have no Muralo dealers in this area. Coronado, a BM company, has a medium grade semi gloss, RustCat, that bonds like crazy. There are a couple of bonding finishes out there.

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