Krylon Paint Has Changed! [NOOK Book]

Overview

Krylon spray paint has been a near-universally available acrylic lacquer paint. Thanks to EPA regulations, Krylon has changed. While still near-universally available, it is no longer an acrylic lacquer. Read this free report to learn about changes in formula and application requirements.

Whether you build models, do crafts, woodworking or whatever, the changes described in this report affects the approach you take to painting just about any project.. Are you used to spraying ...

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Krylon Paint Has Changed!

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Overview

Krylon spray paint has been a near-universally available acrylic lacquer paint. Thanks to EPA regulations, Krylon has changed. While still near-universally available, it is no longer an acrylic lacquer. Read this free report to learn about changes in formula and application requirements.

Whether you build models, do crafts, woodworking or whatever, the changes described in this report affects the approach you take to painting just about any project.. Are you used to spraying another coat over the original whenever you feel like? Not any more. Today there are application windows. Don't bother reading the instructions? Today it's a necessity.

Download this free report today, before you tackle your next project.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940045989985
  • Publisher: Richard Marmo
  • Publication date: 6/4/2014
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 104,854
  • File size: 958 KB

Meet the Author

The author is a freelance writer and professional modelbuilder. He has also spent decades researching his family's genealogy. He has written three print books, several hundred articles and created several CD-ROM photo galleries. Along the way, he has produced well over 1,000 models for clients ranging from Aerospace companies to private collectors. A self-described aircraft/science fiction nut...ahem, enthusiast...he will and has built just about anything you care to name, depending on his client's requirements.A native Southerner who was born in Tennessee, he has spent most of his life in Texas (He got there as soon as he could.). He lives in Fort Worth with his wife, Nelda, his dog, Magnum, and more model kits than he'll ever be able to build in this life.
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  • Posted March 21, 2015

    Not really necessary...

    This is a very short, concise "pamphlet" which basically calls out EPA changes in all spray paints. They have changed to enamel with different dry/reapplication times. Basically, read can directions even if you feel you know spray paint. Not just Krylon. Common sense....

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