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  • Martha Mills

    No more brush marks!!! add floetrol by sherwin williams to your paint when painting furniture or cabinets and it will take away all of those brush stroke marks and leave the paint smooth.

  • Claire Higbee

    PAINTING- Drying time extender/ avoid brush strokes. Add Floetrol by sherwin williams to your paint when painting furniture or cabinets and it will take away all of those brush stroke marks and leave the paint smooth.

  • Sara Ritzmann

    Tip for painting cabinets - add floetrol by sherwin williams to your paint when painting furniture or cabinets and it will take away all of those brush stroke marks and leave the paint smooth.

  • Shawne Cooper

    get a smooth finish when painting furniture or cabinets: add floetrol by sherwin williams to your paint and it will take away all of those brush stroke marks and leave the paint smooth.

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