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Plantfactor 25-01-2016 06:51 PM

Digger & Machinery paints
 
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jimbozaxis 29-01-2016 09:58 PM

Re: Digger & Machinery paints
 
Orderd some paint at the start of the week. all arived safe and sound yesterday. And even had a nice bag of cadbury choclate eclairs wrapped up in the box.

Thanks James

Plantfactor 02-02-2016 01:39 AM

Re: Digger & Machinery paints
 
Many Thanks!

Local Diggers 02-02-2016 04:43 PM

Re: Digger & Machinery paints
 
i need some paint for a kubota g1700 can i buy it in arsehole cans?

Plantfactor 02-02-2016 05:21 PM

Re: Digger & Machinery paints
 
Hi there, yes we do please follow the link:

http://www.constructioncolours.co.uk...00ml-252-p.asp

Thanks!

Traxcavator. 02-02-2016 05:47 PM

Re: Digger & Machinery paints
 
Hi I am interested in your paint products. However, I wonder can you explain the benefit of yours over Tractol enamel paints ? We have been using Tractol for many years and and at 44.40 for 5 litres appears to be less than half the price of your paints. It does seem a considerable difference !

doobin 02-02-2016 06:17 PM

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I know nothing about paint but when I re-painted my transit the bodyshop suppliers said I should use a polyurethane one. It was pricey at over 50 for about three litres, but even the brain dead monkey that works for me managed to make a reasonable job brush painting it onto panels that were just prepped by steam cleaning. It appears to have hardened nicely though I'm still cautious with the pressure washer.

doobin 02-02-2016 06:21 PM

Re: Digger & Machinery paints
 
If I could pop a comment in the suggestions box for Mr PlantFactor, the colours such as 'A-Plant Green' or 'GAP Blue' need a SUPER fast express delivery option.

Because after you've rolled it and spent the rest of the day beating it back into shape, the courier turning up with the paint at 4PM only half an hour before the the A-Plant lorry is due doesn't leave much time for it to cure. ;):eek:

:D

Plantfactor 02-02-2016 06:26 PM

Re: Digger & Machinery paints
 
Hi Trax, Thanks for the inquiry.

Well for pricing depending on the quantities your interested in..we do honour the trade system and will set up terms for customers wishing to purchase in bulk or after repeat business.

Tractol works off colour codes,where as we supply manufacturer approved paint colours,this eliminates any discrepancies over the shade of paint,considering the value of machinery generally.

Unfortunatly I can't compare qualities as I haven't used there paints in a long time but from my own perspective we ensure you get the full fat ultra Gloss one coat paint,not the thinned out dribble you see on ebay.

We don't add any thinners ourselves,ensuring the end user has the maximum coverage and value for money when using with thinners,it also a very good enamel in the sense that it provides a genuine durable protection unlike some weaker versions.


Delivery is a next day service to our uk mainland customers and we also ship to highlands,British Isles & N I reland

Hope this sheds some light

Thanks

Plantfactor 02-02-2016 06:28 PM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by doobin (Post 133474)
If I could pop a comment in the suggestions box for Mr PlantFactor, the colours such as 'A-Plant Green' or 'GAP Blue' need a SUPER fast express delivery option.

Because after you've rolled it and spent the rest of the day beating it back into shape, the courier turning up with the paint at 4PM only half an hour before the the A-Plant lorry is due doesn't leave much time for it to cure. ;):eek:

:D


haha Truer words never spoken!


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