PaintPRO , Vol. 7, No. 2
March/April 2005
PaintPRO Vol 7 No 2

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Other articles in this issue:
Texturing Drywall
Stripping Masonry Blocks
Ceramic Coatings
Construction Outlook
Sheepskin Rollers
Estimating, Etc.
Contractor Profile: Alan Bond
Manufacturer Profile: Corona Brush
Paint Industry News
Product News
Product Profiles
Toolbox: Sanders & Scrapers
Painting Tips

In a recent article on exterior wood preservation (Jan./Feb. issue), we referenced TWP, a semi-transparent stain designed to preserve and protect exterior wood surfaces. Unfortunately, we listed the wrong manufacturer for the product.

TWP is made by Gemini Coatings under a licensing agreement with Amteco Inc. You can learn more about it by visiting or by calling (800) 262-5710.


PaintPRO Archives — Industry News


An idea whose time has come
PPG Industries Inc. has unveiled PPG IdeaScapes, a unified architectural brand identity that gathers the company’s architectural products and services under one umbrella. Go to article ›››

Price hike for Rohm and Haas
Rohm and Haas Co. raised prices of its architectural and functional coating materials in North American markets in January. Go to article ›››

Industry report offers paint/coating stats
An industry report released in late 2004 predicts slow overall growth for the U.S. paint industry in the next several years, but a jump in sales and shipments of powder coatings and radiation-cured paints. Go to article ›››

NPCA battles California over emissions fees
In December, the National Paint & Coatings Association filed a lawsuit in California court challenging the state’s fee program for VOC emissions. Go to article ›››

Kitchen and bath show planned for May
The 2005 edition of the Kitchen/Bath Industry Show & Conference is scheduled for May 9 through May 12, 2005, in Las Vegas, Nev. Go to article ›››

PDCA explores standards for decorative finishing
The Painting and Decorating Contractors of America hosted a conference in conjunction with its PACE trade show in January to review a proposed industry standard for decorative finishing. Go to article ›››

More growth for Hyde Group
Hyde Group, parent company of Hyde Tools Inc., has purchased Roman Decorating Products Inc., formerly known as Roman Adhesives. Go to article ›››


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