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Date: Apr 24, 2010
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Just wanted to throw this out there that you might need a Home Improvement License if your going to be applying paint to a house. It may seem silly to need one if your just spraying shutters but it could lead to a hefty fine if your caught. That's how it is around here anyway....might be different where you are, but I'd hate to see you get in trouble over a 3$ spray can

-- Edited by gr8white on Saturday 24th of April 2010 04:30:06 PM

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x2.  It's true.   Maryland requires a home improvement license for applying any type of paint, stain, or sealer to a residential property, unless its new construction.

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Thanks for the business suggestion.  Every dollar counts.

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Also in Maryland if your a contractor with out an MHIC you have no legal recourse if the residential customer does not pay you. It's different for commercial.

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I have used a tire dressing for this. Its a high sillicone based product for auto detailing. it should last about 4 mo or so. leaves them shiny too

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