Can't find Brod Dugan Acrylastic Paint! St Louis Painting .... we have it!

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Home Builder with St Louis Home Improvement and Painting Companies

St Louis House Painting does it again!  Sherwin-Williams purchased Brod-Dugan Paint Company in the St Louis Area a few years ago.  We have their best trim paint ACRYLASTIC; while the Sherwin-Williams company has discontinued this product in favor of others of their own product line.

 

We have all seen a magician at some time...now you see it now you don't!  In all cases it is just a illusion and so is the discontinuance of this fine product which home owners and painting contractors have come to enjoy!

 

Home owners in the St Louis Area can now rely exclusively on St Louis House Painting for the use of this outstanding product.

 

How did we a medium size painting contractor secure this product was done by our Executive Officer, Sonny Landau!

Brod-Dugan did not manufacturer paints; they sourced their paints under private label!  We found the manufacturer who had always offered this outstanding product under their own label!

You have know than paint labels such as Martha Stewart and Ralph Lauren where only labeled products similar to the products that Sears and Walmart offer.  It was the same with Brod-Dugan's acrylastic!

 

See us for all your painting requirements!  Interior and Exterior!

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Paint Guy

Sherwin Williams still manufactures the product and it is still available at their stores. Just need to let a manager know you are interested in the product and they can stock it if they don't already

Jun 26, 2015 02:12 AM #1
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Leo Moon

Brod Dugan did manufacture many of their own paints. I used to work in their factory on Schuetz Road. They started from scratch with the acrylic base liquids which came in barrels, added titanium dioxide and other pigments, colorants, etc. and made paint. Brod Dugan manufactured traffic paints, too. Nasty solvents like toluene were mixed with pigments and yellow/white colorant to make the tough paint which painted the stripes on the roads. The company had its own chemist and lab to maintain quality control.

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