A good paint job is all about the preparation after all a flag is only as good as the pole it hangs on too! Is there enough time being spent on preparation? Is the surface sound enough to provide a good key for the paint to adhere to? Is the product the correct one for the enviroment for which it is being asked to serve? Is it being applied according to Manufacturer’s specifications? Have I been provided with those specifications? Is it being applied with the correct film build? In the right conditions? Is it being applied with the right method and with the right equipment? Does it have the right sheen level for it’s purpose? Does it have an even sheen level when finished? Is it aesthetic in apperence with minimal or no impact on sourounding area’s? Having done all of this it isn’t until the finished result that you definetly will be able to tell a good one! Charles Butler
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