PaintPRO Archives


march/april 2001
Vol. 3 No. 2
Issue No. 8





Cover: Composite of photo of Anaglypta® SupaDurable Antique Tin Ceiling
and paint pot courtesy of Tassoglas by Roos International.

Profile on Design: For aesthetics ands problem solving, it's paintable wallcoverings to the rescue!
Realize for yourself, the advantages these classy products can provide for your business and customers.
by Susan M. Brimo-Cox

Primers: Choosing the Correct Primer is Key to Final Outcome of a Paint Job
Overlooking the importance of a primer coat can lead to several different problems.
by Robert Simpson

Preparation and Attitude are Keys to Sales Success
Explore the concept of salesmanship -- how to improve your ability to turn prospects into customers.
by Bruce Hackett

Great Ideas
Limited only by her imagination, Julie Jacobs takes faux finishes to a whole new level.
by Ester Brody

Textured Coatings: High Style and Performance
in a Single Product

What makes these coatings so desirable is their ability to provide a high-build finish that is waterproof, yet permeable.
by Ester Brody

Sprayed Faux Finishes
Learn to use your existing spray equipment for
special painted effects.
by Gary Lord

Estimating for the Painting Contractor
Article number two of seven, Architectural Specifications.
by Len Hijuelos

DEPARTMENTS Painter of the Month: Ken Woods of Woods Paint Company, Inc., Bristol, Tenn.
Turning adversity into an opportunity.
by Bob Graham

Painting Tips
Product News


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