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Old 07-19-2012, 08:50 AM  
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Originally Posted by Gregavi View Post
I don't like Dutch Boy either, that's why I wish others used the plastic containers. We use mostly Frazee paint. I'm not a painter but a General Contractor, but all my painters tell me that Frazee is their preference.

DB are a full gallon. A good example of a downsizing would be the ice cream containers (Dryers) that use to be 1/2 gallon and now I think they are 1.5 quarts. Do they think we didn't notice?
This was my concern. While passing by these plastic paint containers at a local hardware store, it seemed to me that they looked smaller than the conventional metal cans and all I could think of was the typical Dryer Ice Cream sneaky downsizing.

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