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Old 12-09-2005, 03:38 PM
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Are sherwinwilliams and martin senour paits the same?

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Yes. Also, I think there is another brand out there that is the same products. I may be wrong though on that part, but those any martin senour stuff is the same as sherwin williams stuff, it just has different stock/part numbers.
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I have a cross over list if you have any particular numbers in mind. They are the exact same products, I have even replaced S-W labels with M-S and put them back on the shelf.

Cross/FIRE is Dimension, Some Econobody and Cross/FIRE numbers are shared with the S-W "Refinshers Select" or Western as well.

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