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Sherwin Williams Pro Industrial Water Based Pre-Catalyzed Epoxy

Posted by hey_j (My Page) on
Thu, Mar 27, 14 at 9:01

Went to SW to get their Pro-classic paint for kitchen cabinets, wanting a gallon in the color I'd decided on and they were out of the original formula to do a darker color and sold me their Pro Industrial for the same price. Is this type of paint going to be a good choice for lower cabinets?

Thank you,
Janice


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RE: Sherwin Williams Pro Industrial Water Based Pre-Catalyzed Epo

yes


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RE: Sherwin Williams Pro Industrial Water Based Pre-Catalyzed Epo

Thank you Christopher! Have you used it--got any advice on using it-- applying it-- best primer etc? :-) I am hoping to be using it on bare wood and some factory-finished cabinets and one piece that has a water-based poly finish.


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RE: Sherwin Williams Pro Industrial Water Based Pre-Catalyzed Epo

after proper sanding and cleaning , I would use Zinsser 123


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RE: Sherwin Williams Pro Industrial Water Based Pre-Catalyzed Epo

Thank you Christopher--used it yesterday doing the 1st coat and early today the second! Pretty impressive already! Later on, I had to scrub off a contrasting color that has slopped on and the original color (Pro-Industrial) held absolutely fast already!

janice


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RE: Sherwin Williams Pro Industrial Water Based Pre-Catalyzed Epo

good!


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RE: Sherwin Williams Pro Industrial Water Based Pre-Catalyzed Epo

LOL, Christopher--LOVE the thumbs up! Good stuff--really! At originally $100 a gallon, it better be!!


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