Jay LaMotte and Peter Goldsmith hard at work.
Did you get your exterior painting projects finished this summer?
I’m still working on mine; I think we can all use the same excuse; the weather did not cooperate at all. It was too wet, for way too long, then too hot; but these past few weeks have been perfect painting weather.
I called the professionals after I noticed a couple spots starting to pop on the south side of my house. After checking out the house, only the south side needed a new coat of paint, as the rest of the house was still in good shape. (Yeah) The shakes on the house are sixty years old and we waited too long before we painted the last time, and we did not want to make the same mistake. Shame on us.
If you’ve got an exterior painting project you’ve been putting off all summer, now is the time to tackle it! Not only does the cooler weather make for perfect painting conditions, but a buy-one-get-one-free offer from Hirshfield’s doesn’t hurt either!
Our premium quality professional exterior 100% acrylic paint is specially formulated to provide low temperature application and quick curing, resulting in good resistance to early moisture exposure. Gives a mildew resistant coating. Weather King II paint uses the latest advances in 100% acrylic latex waterborne technology, which allows professionals to extend the painting season with confidence.
Features & Benefits
• 100% Acrylic Latex
• Low Temperature Formula – 35º and above
• Dries quickly
• Resistance to rain, snow, dew and fog
• Resistance to roller spatter
• Covers most surfaces in one coat
• Excellent color retention
• Mildew Resitant – treated with mildewcide to protect the paint itself from the growth of mildew
• Resistance to fume staining and attack from garden chemicals
WEATHER KING II IS AVAILABLE ONLY AT THESE HIRSHFIELD’S STORES:
Apple Valley, Coon Rapids, Eden Prairie, Edina, Hudson, Lakeville, Maple Grove, Maplewood, Minneapolis at 325 E. Lake St., Monticello, Rochester, Roseville, St. Cloud, West St. Paul and Woodbury.
Offer good through September 29, 2011.