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July/August 2002
Vol. 4 No. 3
Issue No. 14

 

 

 

 

Cover: Ron Saylor of Saylor Painting and Christine Klein of  Eugene, Oregon.
Photo by Kent Peterson.
Features

Venetian Plaster: A second look
The responses indicate our painting and decorating trade is evolving.

Trompe L'oeil -- What you see is not always what you get
Learning trompe l'oeil with the use of stencils can add a decorative touch to your painting projects that customers will love.
By Stacey Enesey Klemenc

Concrete Staining: An opportunity for
expanding your business

With some personal touches concrete surfaces can now be aesthetically pleasing, distinctive, unique, eye-catching works of art.
By Bruce Hackett

Ugly but not deadly -- Mildew is a sore sight for eyes
Take the matter seriously. When molds and mildew are present on the surface there are some important safeguards to keep in mind.
By Stacey Enesey Klemenc

The Art of Perspective
By Cher Galiotti

Estimating for the Painting Contractor, Article #5: Structural Steel
Make the job of estimating for structural steel less challenging.
By Len Hijuelos

DEPARTMENTS

Painter of the Month: John Athey, Ringler Restorations,
Greensburg, PA

Combining a passion to restore churches with a strong technical background in color and lighting and John can set the tone for any environment.
By Jeff Woodard

Product Review: Which wood care product for your
wood deck project?

Looking closer at wood care products may help you better match the product to your specific job requirements.
By Susan M. Brimo-Cox

Industry News
Industry Spotlight
Painters' Tips
Product News
Product Profiles

 
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