From the Resene News – issue 2/2002
For the fans - Ballymore Seating
Responsible for seating thousands of eager fans, the grandstand seating at the hallowed ground of Queensland Rugby Union at Ballymore Brisbane was in need of a little TLC to ready it for the next season.
With a limited turnaround time available, timing was critical driving the selection of Resene waterbased products for their fast dry and quick recoat times. Resene Quick Dry acrylic primer undercoat was selected for its outstanding adhesion to old existing paint and easy sanding properties topped off with two coats of Resene Enamacryl waterbased gloss enamel to provide a tough, durable coating that will stand the test of time.
Painting Contractor: Ben Osbourne Painting
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