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Re: Price of paint products.

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07-20-2012 14:04:41

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I think Shopline is identical to Omni, at least some of the tech sheets are identical, notably the epoxy -- I have not looked at info for Shopline products lately, though. Sold by the "premier" dealers or something like that to make people think it is better. Not available locally.

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Jason S.

07-21-2012 09:04:54

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 Re: Price of paint products. in reply to CNKS, 07-20-2012 14:04:41  
Your right...they are identical. My PPG paint store told me that if you sell PPG exclusively you sell shopline. If you carry other brands you sell omni...the labels are the only difference. Sometimes you can get a better product from their fleet line at a lower price...if you have a dealer anywhere close to you, you might want to check into Matrix paint. The company was started by a guy that worked at PPG for years. The formulas and stuff are very similar...but usually half the price of PPG. I've been buying their urethane primer hardener and all for $69.00. It's the same as PPG's K36 urethane primer.

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07-21-2012 13:17:08

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 Re: Price of paint products. in reply to Jason S., 07-21-2012 09:04:54  
Not much choice here, PPG, DuPont, and NAPA. I'm staying with PPG. The Dupont dealer does handle primers, etc of other brands, the PPG dealer doesn't, but doesn't have shopline either. Don't know what your dealer means by exclusive. Local dealer sells only PPG paint, but is an auto parts store. Yours must be strictly a paint store along with related items but no auto parts.

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