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Posted on November 18, 2011 at 11:26am 4 Comments 1 Like
Hey, everyone is always asking when more to0ls are coming. Just finished up with three new roller sleeves. Striated Slate, Gnarly Stone and Light Bark. They will fit well in the line. Also a week away from another vertical stamp kit. Granite Castle Stone. a very simple old word look that will be easy to tailor to your own look.
More coming as well. Thanks for all the support for the tools and Tru Pac systems.
Have a great holiday season, can't believe it is here…Continue
Posted on October 17, 2011 at 3:47pm 8 Comments 3 Likes
Just a quick note to everyone. We finally have supply of the new Tru Pac version, version X. This was actually one of our original mix designs prior to the current Tru Pac V. We brought it back to life with the growing popularity of thin vertical applications and customer requests. Most vertical mixes, Trupac V included do not like thin applications, especially when warm weather hovers. Once you get 1/2 inch and under, they are susceptible to more shrinkage cracks due to the quick water…Continue
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I make my own skimcoats and microtoppings. I use skimstone pigments. The depth is from the multiple layers and the way we lay it down.
The photo I just posted was the tru pac conversion. Loving it!!!!
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