Painting the LSS

Posted on August 20, 2008 by

I just received notice that our painting company, Eastwood Painters, will be meeting with a representative from the Keim company on Thursday, Agust 21. Keim has been used extensively in Europe since at least the 19th century, but it is only recently that it has become known in the United States. Whereas normal paints merely coat the surface of objects, Keim actually forms a chemical bond with masonry surfaces. This chemical bond means that the paint will last for decades – possibly even centuries – without needing a fresh coat or touch ups to maintain its original color. We are very excited to be using this outstanding product on the LSS!

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