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With cool November temperatures hitting the nation, some pros hear questions about exterior coatings providing needed surface protection through winter. For those who do a lot of staining work, questions about maintaining wooden decks also surface. Here, Keaton Smith, Wood Systems Product Manager for Nova USA Wood Products, tackles a few common…


Humidity is pretty much a constant here in Charleston, SC so there’s rarely an exterior residential project that doesn’t require some work related to mold and mildew. The first step to tackling the problem is really educating the homeowner on the causes of mold and mildew. The most common conversation we have…


Jason Lunn is a Senior Application Engineer for 3M who provides training and education on a variety of the company’s products including safety, wall repair and abrasives. Q: What are some mistakes people make when sanding cabinets? A: Sanding down cabinets to recoat them requires a lot of attention to detail. Choosing…


With re-opening and social guidelines varying from state to state, no two painting operations are in the same situation; all are in uncharted waters one way or another. Whether you have maintained work at some level throughout the pandemic, are looking to get back to work, or are still in lockdown mode,…


With the exterior painting season in full swing, there are many pros who prefer to pressure wash as a first step to prepping a surface for paint or stain. Pressure-washing strategies have evolved through the years and gone are the days of cranking up the machine to 4000 PSI and potentially damaging…


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