Monday, February 21, 2011

Paramus, New Jersey is THE PLACE to be this Thursday Evening

New IDAL Chapter informational and strategy meeting:

Paramus, Here I Come.  Heading to Louisville, Los Angeles early this week and will end up in at the Paramus Store for our Kiick Off meeting for a new IDAL Chapter in New Jersey.  I have had the pleasure of meeting with and seeing the extensive skill set of the artisans in the area and look forward to seeing everyone this Thursday at 6:00 PM.

Everyone will leave our wine and cheese party with a Venetian Plaster sample and a chance to win prizes.

Thursday, February 24th,  6-8 pm
176-184 Route 17 North
Paramus, NJ 07652
Please RSVP by Monday Feb. 21st to Maryann or Lauren at
(201) 967-1600 or
I have not forgotten about the Modello video tour.  Working on it... I will keep you posted.

Faux Impressions Metallics:
For now, I needed to include a quick video of proper installation of
SW, Faux Impressions Metallics.

"Go Heavy or Go Home!
Please random roll with a 9/16" microfiber roller or 3/4" Colossus roller sleeve, backrolling in random curving "X's" with a fully saturated roller. (Not the 5/16", too thin) Mop it on, random roll and backroll and let then it level and flow. For corners use a 1/2" x 6" microfiber, mini roller sleeve.

The color and opacity is driven by the paint color beneath, so be certain to have full coverage of your paint basecoat before applying the metallic topcoat.

1 coat will provide a beautiful slightly transparent, nearly sprayed appearance with roller application.

A second coat of metallic will provide full opacity, enhanced shimmer and a completely sprayed appearance with roller application.

See "1- handed" home made video below: (camera in left hand, roller in right)

Bing, SW Store Employee Artist:
Check out the video with an employee, artist Bing, in a  Sherwin-Williams, Commercial Store location in San Francisco:

More from this creative artist and sought after color matcher, including this diversity mural. 

Exterior Mural that is a "work in progress" and has held up in the exterior elements in San Francisco since the year 2000, thanks to SherClear 1K clear coat!


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