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Ralph Lauren River Rock Paint

Posted by Sue Treuhaft on October 20th, 2001 04:01 PM
In reply to Need Help applying Ralph Lauren River Rock Paint by Dee on November 23rd, 1997 01:29 AM [Go to top of thread]

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

I am a professional artist, decorative painting,
faux finisher and I have used the RL River Rock paint and had very good results although I never use his paint unless requested by client. It is
overpriced like most of the special faux paint products. All these special finishes can be achieved with regular paint mixed with waterbased
polyurethane, water, sand, etc. Most of these types of finishes need to be applies with good rags, not with rollers, brushes, sponges. The River Rock works best when applied with a rag and
just needs one coat and will cover a multitude of
problems. The down side is all the sand at the end of the job. Its not usually the paint but the method of application. I work with a partner
because most are easier with 2 people. It seems
like an simple job to apply paint but it actually
takes some skill and lots of practice. If it was so easy I wouldn't have so many jobs. It took me
2 gallons to do 1000 sf. room.

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