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Old 01-08-2014, 06:46 PM   #1
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Well has anyone called kurt for a shirt?

I just ordered some windsorONE primed pine 1x from my supplier and printed on the back says call kurt for a shirt.. Has anyone called and actually got a shirt? Im curious....
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Old 01-08-2014, 06:53 PM   #2
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A coworker of mine did. He still has the shirt i think. He said kurt basically asks what do you wanna know about Windsor One and then asks for an address.

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No one carries that stuff around here anymore. It doesn't seem to last that long outside.
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Windsor one protected seems to do ok
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I did, last year I believe. Got a bunch for me and a few of the guys I work with.
Some blue ones and some white ones. They asked how many and what size.
Unfortunately I need Tall and they don't have those, so my belly shows.

If you go to any Katz Roadshows (Kuiken has them every or every other year, and Huston's in Warren is having another one in March) Steve Kelly of WindsorOne is usually there.

Nice guy. Have had a bunch of conversations with him.
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Windsor one protected seems to do ok

Yep, I've used it often under a roof with no issues, made the mistake once framing some lattice panels outside a porch. Rotted out quickly. Yes, I primed the cuts.

I've never called Kurt.
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I meant Windsor One + Protected

it's another line of products

http://www.windsorone.com/product.php

this seems to hold up
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It holds up well inside. I've never called Kurt. After seeing the performance of the stuff outside I wouldn't dare wear one.
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To be honest i never used the stuff outside. I only use kleer pvc boards. I do like to use windsor one inside since its pre-primed..
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A couple of our guys called Kurt and they got a bunch of shirts...all white. I've never called him though. I use a lot of Windsor one , but only on interior stuff. Doesn't hold up at all on exterior.

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