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« on: June 13, 2012 10:10:24 AM »

Could someone please tell me that acrylic paint they consider is best for lightfastness on wood outdoors?  I am about to experiment and buy 10 (liquitex, amsterdam, etc) from different brands but first I would like to hear what you all say - first hand.  I know about the ASTM standards of lightfastness buy every manufacturer doesn't print this on their paint.  Please help me out here.  My wooden object will be exposed to alot of sunlight and the colors need to not fade if i am going to sell it for descent amount of money
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