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Old 05-17-2015, 04:16 PM
joeE joeE is offline
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paint

just mixen up some sw hot line yellow this year and i dont see much yellow in the buckets. i suspect there gonna turn white after 30 days. thats the 3rd paint company thats happened with. i guess it could b a qc batch thing.
if you want your yellow to b yellow, watch out.
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Old 05-27-2015, 11:57 PM
viper881 viper881 is offline
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I don't use hotline UNLESS it's a must to open up. I use the latex sw and it's been great so far this year. How come you prefer the hotline? I've only used it on two jobs where it needed to be open quick. But the latex drys quick enough for me that the cost doesn't justify it for me
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Old Yesterday, 09:41 AM
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i use hl because its the right paint for the job. i have 2 days of crosswalks every spring for a privet co. cant count on sun or warm temps.
hl works so well that i can paint both sides of cw b4 moving on, no cones to leave or p.u.
hot line is the best paint for this job & the few extra bucks it cost comes back to me in less time worked.
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