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Post by tech_support » Mon Jan 22, 2007 10:28 am

Sterling Paints and Primers.

We want to rotate the inventory before spring kicks off. Sterling topcoats, primers, and reducers will be 50% off list price. To see whats available see this page....

http://boatbuildercentral.com/categorie ... nt&varnish

The discount code is "sterling50"

This offer can not be used in conjunction with any other coupons, sorry.

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Post by frazoo » Wed Feb 07, 2007 8:58 am

Shine, I am assuming that the discount will last until the old stock is rotated out and only for those colors needing rotation from your current selection in stock? All colors in stock are listed on the order page?

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Post by tech_support » Wed Feb 07, 2007 9:18 am

The only thing we are now sold out of is the Ice Blue in one gallon, everything else you see at the store is 50% off. You must type in the discount code at check out "sterling50", the shopping cart will then show the discount :)

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Post by bug_power » Wed Feb 07, 2007 10:04 am

can you send a color chart my way?

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Post by tech_support » Wed Feb 07, 2007 10:06 am

we just ran out, but I will get more.

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Post by Q » Mon Feb 26, 2007 7:08 am

I'm confused. Is the Sterling High Build Epoxy Primer (U4749) sprayable? Which reducer for spraying then? I'm planning to be at the point of a trip down to get some Quickfare on or about the afternoon of the 16th/March (day after payday :roll: ), and this thread has me thinking primers, now. What's the "Finish" Primer?

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Post by tech_support » Mon Feb 26, 2007 7:27 am

We only stock the brushing catalyst and brushing reducer. There is a spraying reducer and I can order it and have it within a couple days.

Unless you do a lot of spraying with VOC solvent based paints, you will not get as good a result as you would rolling and tipping. Not to mention the safety and spraying equipment

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Post by Q » Mon Feb 26, 2007 12:13 pm

I wouldn't want you to go through all the trouble of getting one little quart of something you don't normally stock....not when I have a West Marine 5 miles away. Joel, what do you think of Sterling's U-1289 Epoxy Reducer? On the West website it didn't specifically state it was for the high-build (4749) primer, but I couldn't find anything in their line that was. I already have all the equipment to spray, even a respirator. I tried "Rolling & Tipping" on my Robalo 5 or 6 years ago with some Brightsides Polyurethane without very good results....probably was me. :oops:

I've worked with Interlux's 216 Interthane special reducer before, but I'm not sure what it would do with a two-part epoxy primer...
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Post by tech_support » Mon Feb 26, 2007 12:49 pm

The brushing reducer is for all the primers and paint. The catalyst is different for each primer and paint.

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Post by Q » Fri Mar 02, 2007 6:42 am

I read your tutorial on the rolling/tipping....I must say I was impressed! As luck would have it, my Income Tax return came in overnight. I placed an order at the order desk this morning for all of the Sterling Primer, Catalyst, and brushing Reducer but it wouldn't accept the "sterling50" discount when put into that discount box?? :doh: And, I tried it all different ways (Upper case, lower case, copy/paste) I want to pick up the order early next week if work permits me to take an afternoon off, enabling the Order desk to process today....

I'll try to check email again at least at lunchtime, but I already know I have a busy Friday ahead...

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