Want answers to your most pressing painting problems? PPC’s Ask Your ProPartner™ columnist Dennis Fiorilli is here to help. The subject this time: high-performance coatings developed especially for use by professional painting contractors. Continue reading Pros-Only Coatings: How Can I Use These to Up My Game?
Ever since the very first issue of PPC was published in 1991, the magazine has been a place for professional painting contractors to learn how to up their painting game, both in the office and out on the job site. Continue reading Meet Your New ProPartner™
Want answers to your most pressing painting problems? PPC’s Ask Your ProPartner™ columnist Dennis Fiorilli is here to help. This time: answers to the most common questions about repainting cabinets. Continue reading Repainting Cabinets: Answers to Pros’ FAQs by Your ProPartner™
Keep the dark patches away for good with these expert tips
Mold and mildew can be a real source of frustration for homeowners. It not only ruins paint jobs with ugly, discolored spots but can also cause severe respiratory issues for many people and pets. Come to the rescue for these homeowners by eliminating their mold and mildew problem. Continue reading Eliminating Mold and Mildew
Avoid blistering and peeling with these helpful tips
Brick can present unique challenges for professional painting contractors thanks to its unique properties as a substrate. Blistering, peeling, and the premature weathering of alkaline burn can all result from simple mistakes on the job site.
In this article, Dennis Fiorilli, Director of Product Excellence at Sherwin-Williams, shares a few helpful tips so you can paint brick with confidence and set your painting business apart from the competition.
How to make drywall patches invisible
How often have you run into this? The drywall has been perfectly patched, but even after multiple coats, you can still see the patch through the paint.
Whether you made the problem or you’re fixing someone else’s work, this issue—often referred to as “flashing”—can be a real problem for painters, acting as a literal blemish on your work. Thankfully, it’s easily repaired.