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Rustbusters: Combat Corrosion with CorrVerter®

in Application Techniques
The rust on this steel raining is both unsightly and a visible sign of degradation

Rust on repaint and restoration jobs is not just unsightly, but also a visible sign of degradation. Whether your job includes railings on multi-family apartment buildings or metal panels on a retail center, chances are that one of the next projects you bid will require you to address rust. It can be labor-intensive to repair…

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Disaster Solutions: Restoration After a 1,000-Year Flood

in Application Techniques
flooded hotel lobby

Restoration jobs have unique challenges. Nashville contractors and Sherwin-Williams joined forces in 2010 to clean up numerous properties after what the Army Corps of Engineers described as a “1,000-year flood.” In all there was more than $2.3 billion in property damage, and the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center was one of the hardest hit…

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Primer Isn’t Needed Anymore, Right?

in Paint Innovations
Rick Watson, Director- Product Information & Technical Services

With the proliferation of “paint and primer in one,” it can seem that paints today are engineered to do it all, making primer irrelevant. However, primer is often an important part of customer satisfaction with the job. By Rick Watson Here are the facts There are times when you do not need to prime. There…

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