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Posted by Steve on December 7th, 1999 01:52 PM
In reply to Ralph Lauren as a Paint Product by Cracked up crackie on July 29th, 1998 11:00 PM [Go to top of thread]

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> Ralph Lauren Paint Help by Handyman on 10/27/2004

I tried the antique leather in my study and it turned out terrible! I tried to use
the green pictured in the magazine(the one with the coat rack in front of it); and instead
it turned out practically black. I understand about
useing the brush to make its marks but still its too
dark and no where near the soft green in the book.
as far as I'm concerned I'm out $200 in paint and
supplies unless someone can help me! I will say that
I have used the R.L. paint in my dining room and it
turned out great. But the leather application went

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