Category Archives: Products & Applications

Cabinet Refinishing: An 8-Step Guide for Pro Painters

Refinishing cabinetry is the quickest way to refresh a kitchen. Being skilled, knowledgeable and experienced in cabinet refinishing can be a huge competitive advantage. Here are eight steps to transforming dated or worn-out cabinets to make any space look completely new. Continue reading Cabinet Refinishing: An 8-Step Guide for Pro Painters

Game Changers: New Airless Handheld Sprayers Bring Maximum Efficiency to the Job Site

Airless spray application is a result of atomizing the paint stream under high pressure, but without the use of supplemental compressed air. Paint flows from a spray tip at high speed and separates into a spray pattern. While airless paint spraying is an innovation introduced more than a century ago, the technology continues to evolve today as contractors seek tools and methods to maximize their job site efficiency. Continue reading Game Changers: New Airless Handheld Sprayers Bring Maximum Efficiency to the Job Site

The Best Coatings for Your Exterior Painting Projects

To ensure a quality, long-lasting paint job, you need to choose the right topcoat. For best performance, proper preparation is critical. Here are our recommendations for the best exterior coatings to use based on your project and environmental conditions.
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The 6 Most Popular Deck Finishes, and When and Where to Use Them

Decks require a lot of care. Restoring, weather proofing, stripping, cleaning, staining and sealing – there’s a specific product engineered for every step of the process. To help you determine the right product for your job, here’s a look at some of today’s most popular sealing and staining options. Continue reading The 6 Most Popular Deck Finishes, and When and Where to Use Them

Beating the Sun with Cool Colors on Route 66

A unique, eye-catching color scheme made the Beach Apartments a landmark property on Route 66 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. But the exterior hadn’t been painted since the 1990s, and rain and sun had caused significant damage. The stucco was cracked and crumbling, and the colors had faded in the high desert climate.
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