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N.A.P.W.O

New member
Yes, Ready Seal may start showing up in your local Home Depot. No worries here as we have all the colors while I beleive they will only have three or so. We keep a good stock on-hand and can usually ship the same day as your order is placed. We also support those who make a purchase with us with so if you need tech support, we will help!
When you need some of the best wood sealant on the market, give us a call or see us for your Ready Seal needs.
 

junker1

Roundtable Host 2009
Yes, Ready Seal may start showing up in your local Home Depot. No worries here as we have all the colors while I beleive they will only have three or so. We keep a good stock on-hand and can usually ship the same day as your order is placed. We also support those who make a purchase with us with so if you need tech support, we will help!
When you need some of the best wood sealant on the market, give us a call or see us for your Ready Seal needs.

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Christopher

Moderator
I don't do wood restoration anymore because of reasons like this and more.

It is not your fault Tracy but it really sucks when a vendor starts selling to the public without giving the public knowledge that they are not buying commercial grade products so the public thinks they are buying the same stuff that contractors are buying and now wondering why they have paid so much in the past for wood restoration, maybe even thinking that they got ripped off and can do this themself. We know otherwise but unless the vendor is educating them of the difference then to me that is misleading and wrong and I know other contractors out there will think the same thing.

There are other products out there that the public can purchase either by lying and saying they are engineers or contractors and I fault the vendors by not checking on this when trying to make a sale, I have seen this happen and know other contractors it has happened to and this is the popular chemicals most of us use and like.

I think it is wrong that consumers are able to purchase some of these chemicals as they don't work with them on a daily basis and if they get hurt then they will sue the vendor thus raising the price for contractors once they pay huge settlements. Things like this should not happen but greedy vendors out there are wanting more and more money not thinking of potential lawsuits.

You might be thinking what is wrong with buying some sealer/stain?

Well you need to strip the wood a lot of times using caustic based strippers and then brighten the wood using acid based chemicals. All the info is out there for the public to learn how to do it themself but if someone gets hurt they are going to sue not only the stripper companies but the acid companies and probably mostly the sealer/stain companies by encouraging the homeowner to do the job themself and did not warn them of the potential issues by doing the whole job.

Maybe I am over-reacting here but I think it is another step to more litigation because not everyone out there is going to be careful, know what to do and with so many people out there that are suing for the stupidest little things, I see this as another venue for the ambulance chasing attorneys to raise our insurance higher and higher.

Ok, I am done now.
 

junker1

Roundtable Host 2009
I don't do wood restoration anymore because of reasons like this and more.

It is not your fault Tracy but it really sucks when a vendor starts selling to the public without giving the public knowledge that they are not buying commercial grade products so the public thinks they are buying the same stuff that contractors are buying and now wondering why they have paid so much in the past for wood restoration, maybe even thinking that they got ripped off and can do this themself. We know otherwise but unless the vendor is educating them of the difference then to me that is misleading and wrong and I know other contractors out there will think the same thing.

There are other products out there that the public can purchase either by lying and saying they are engineers or contractors and I fault the vendors by not checking on this when trying to make a sale, I have seen this happen and know other contractors it has happened to and this is the popular chemicals most of us use and like.

I think it is wrong that consumers are able to purchase some of these chemicals as they don't work with them on a daily basis and if they get hurt then they will sue the vendor thus raising the price for contractors once they pay huge settlements. Things like this should not happen but greedy vendors out there are wanting more and more money not thinking of potential lawsuits.

You might be thinking what is wrong with buying some sealer/stain?

Well you need to strip the wood a lot of times using caustic based strippers and then brighten the wood using acid based chemicals. All the info is out there for the public to learn how to do it themself but if someone gets hurt they are going to sue not only the stripper companies but the acid companies and probably mostly the sealer/stain companies by encouraging the homeowner to do the job themself and did not warn them of the potential issues by doing the whole job.

Maybe I am over-reacting here but I think it is another step to more litigation because not everyone out there is going to be careful, know what to do and with so many people out there that are suing for the stupidest little things, I see this as another venue for the ambulance chasing attorneys to raise our insurance higher and higher.

Ok, I am done now.


WTF are you talking about? can someone break this down for me please.
 
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