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Old 01-22-2010, 06:12 PM   #1
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Traffic Marking Paint (speed Bump)


Gentlemen,
Could someone provide me with a averaged priced paint product for painting asphalt speed bums. A link would be cool also.

I searched the site but couldn't find anything regarding.

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Old 01-22-2010, 06:50 PM   #2
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Re: Traffic Marking Paint (speed Bump)


I really don't know a thing about traffic paints. I built a deck for a guy that did paving and asphalt painting. He said he swears by sherwin williams stuff. Maybe check out you local store.


http://www.paintdocs.com/webmsds/web...ype=PDS&lang=E



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Any building material vendor that sells paint should have traffic marking paint. Generally latex in white, red, green & yellow. If you are thinking about the hard acrylic that you see on highways you'll need a commercial striper to apply & bake the product on.
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Any building material vendor that sells paint should have traffic marking paint. Generally latex in white, red, green & yellow. If you are thinking about the hard acrylic that you see on highways you'll need a commercial striper to apply & bake the product on.
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