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Old 11-23-2019, 07:26 PM   #46
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They usually bleed in fairly short order. It might take a couple days of damp air or a rainy day for them to show up. They are harder to see with darker colors. With gray you may barely notice them.
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Old 12-01-2019, 12:11 AM   #47
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This makes me angry. Chipping so easily.

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Hey everyone, I got into in what was previously on my trimming. It's called promar 400 semi gloss. And the paint that is peeling off that is dunn Edward's spartawall semi gloss.

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Wow, ProMar 400 is "bottom of the barrel" semi-gloss paint. I only use it for customers who can't afford much else from SW.
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Promar 200 is the cheapest I'll use. Was the 400 oil base or latex?
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Mark sr, that is the problem. I dont have the can, only what my builder has on file. I had to call my builder and get a hold of someone who can look up that info, and thats all they had was the name.

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Promar 400 latex shouldn't pose a problem coating over it with most any enamel but if it was the oil base version it would need to be sanded/primed prior to recoating with latex. If you have any areas of the 400 exposed you can scrub it with denatured alcohol or products like 'goof off' or 'oops' if that dissolves the 400 it's latex, if it only cleans it - it's oil.
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Mark sr, that is the problem. I dont have the can, only what my builder has on file. I had to call my builder and get a hold of someone who can look up that info, and thats all they had was the name.

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Youre builder should have left you a touch up kit. I think you need to start getting the builder involved in this too.
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Did a paint rep [from the new paint's store] ever come out to figure out why the paint didn't adhere?
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