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    [/vc_column_text][lsvr_tabs][lsvr_tab_item title=”First Tab”]Uneven suction effects on poor walls may be generally counteracted by the use of varnish type priming coats at the risk of cracking and peeling of later paint coats.[/lsvr_tab_item][lsvr_tab_item title=”Second Tab”]A better looking job is often temporarily secured on non-uniform plaster, through the use of varnish base primers, but the prospect of future failures is always great.[/lsvr_tab_item][lsvr_tab_item title=”Third Tab”]Therefore, painters, architects, chemists and engineers agree that the use of varnish sealing coats is not the proper procedure in the painting of plaster walls.[/lsvr_tab_item][/lsvr_tabs][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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