Author Topic: Paint in Cebu  (Read 3456 times)

Offline BC Boy

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Re: Paint in Cebu
« Reply #15 on: November 19, 2009, 12:00:51 AM »
I actually was thinking of this locally invented paint which i have an opportunity to distribute. http://www.entechcoatings.com/

 It is made with ceramic and reflects heat extremely well which would be great for PI. They have products for both walls and roofs.


Just be careful to not infringe on our rules about commercial posting.
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Sure Mr. Wolf, if i end up securing a position with that company as sales rep or distributer i wont be pedaling my wares here :)

which leads me to next question....i have a Rental suite in Cebu becoming available soon.....is it permitted to advertise that any where here? If not Do you have any sugestions?

Thankyou.

Offline Gray Wolf

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Re: Paint in Cebu
« Reply #16 on: November 19, 2009, 12:08:59 AM »
I actually was thinking of this locally invented paint which i have an opportunity to distribute. http://www.entechcoatings.com/

 It is made with ceramic and reflects heat extremely well which would be great for PI. They have products for both walls and roofs.


Just be careful to not infringe on our rules about commercial posting.
http://livinginthephilippines.com/forum/index.php/topic,140.0.html


Sure Mr. Wolf, if i end up securing a position with that company as sales rep or distributer i wont be pedaling my wares here :)

which leads me to next question....i have a Rental suite in Cebu becoming available soon.....is it permitted to advertise that any where here? If not Do you have any sugestions?

Thankyou.


Thanks for understanding.   :)  To rent your suite, try placing an ad with www.buyandsellph.com  The readership is much larger than this Forum.   :)
Louisville, KY USA - Bagong Silang, Caloocan City, PH

Offline fred

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Re: Paint in Cebu
« Reply #17 on: November 25, 2009, 08:54:22 AM »
A good grade of Varnish, (boat builders use), and/or the \"Ready Fix\" product, (both about P1,000Ī per gal), works for us as a stain blocker here in the Philippines.

Forget the varnish that come in the pint size booze glass bottle, AVAILABLE EVERYWHERE.........JUNK!!!

BTW, buy ready made bamboo stuff, that\'s what it\'s coated with..........the CHEAP STUFF and one coat!! Do yourself a favor and re-coat over with some good stuff and it will last longer!
B-Ray† †

Ive tried to find a decent stain block many times but to no avail.. In the UK we use gloss paint which is cheap and blocks everything..Here most stains goes right through local gloss paints and varnish..
The paint trade here is 50 years behind and many paint products are basically useless..
My opinion as a Brit decorator.
 


We used some used oil on the timbers that our ceiling is connected too..The oil has penetrated the plywood and nothing so far has blocked it..I must have tried every brand of varnish available in the P.I!!
Im glad I did now as at least I have discovered Hudson polyurethane two part varnish.. This is the best decorative product that I have found in the Philippines period..Gives a glass finish that is hard wearing and does not easily scratch..Its really for wood flooring but I am now using the stuff everywhere.