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competitively priced. Using only the best raw materials and demanding stringent quality control practices assure contractors that the finished striping project will not only look great but will deliver unmatched longevity and color retention.


“Other paint companies formulate heavily with fillers and extenders to stretch their product to make more profit... By not doing this, this is where RAE excels,” says Donna Gruenberg, WBE president and CEO.


Using any of RAE’s varied prod- ucts means you are putting down bright whites that will not turn gray, and yellow’s that will not fade to beige. RAE’s handicap blues that are real blue – made from scratch – and are not blues that are just shaded from white paint. RAE delivers quality you can see!


Many of the testimonials RAE receives not only em- phasizes this high quality, but customers also report achieving coverage rates that range from ten to fifteen percent more in lines per gallon than they would be get- ting from other suppliers. The extra body and viscosity in RAE’s paints means you can get more coverage while using less paint. Other qualities im- mediately identified with RAE’s paint include less settling and almost no tip clogging, which translates into more profit.


RAE’s full line of marking paints in- clude: 100% Acrylic Latex (in regu- lar dry and fast dry),


Alkyd,


Chlorinated Rubber and Solvent base Acrylic - and are available in


stock colors of: white, yellow, black, blue, red and green. They can also custom match any color imaginable. Stock packaging includes: one gallon cans, 5-gallon pails, 55-gallon drums and 275-gallon tote containers.


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