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    NatureAged Painted Barnwood - Paint Coverage Options

    Jul 11, 2014


    A previous blog post (Where Can I Get Painted Barnwood Without the Lead?) discussed Trestlewood's NatureAged Painted Barnwood product line.  It mentioned that NatureAged Painted Barnwood is available in various colors and paint coverage amounts.  What are your paint coverage options?  This blog post is designed to help answer that question, largely through the use of photos.  Consider the following photos of heavy, medium and light paint coverages.


    NatureAged Painted Barnwood - Heavy Paint Coverage


    NatureAged Painted Barnwood - Medium Paint Coverage



    NatureAged Painted Barnwood - Light Paint Coverage


    Maybe you want a paint coverage that lies somewhere in between two of the coverage options in the above photos. Maybe you want a paint coverage that is heavier than our heavy or lighter than our light.  In any event, these photos should help you and us dial in the paint coverage that is ideal for your application.  Let us know what you want and we will see what we can do.

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