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Changes in Coating Application Tools and Why They’re Better

This webinar is archived and recorded from a live presentation on Thursday, August 18, 2022.
Cost: FREE

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Commercial Painting Industry Association

CPIA is the first and only trade association created exclusively for commercial painting professionals. Our mission is to nurture a peer-based community of industry experts dedicated to learning and development through collaboration. As a CPIA member, you will have access to all the relevant resources and guidance required for further business growth.

Changes in Coating Application Tools and Why They’re Better is part of the CPIA Webinar Series.

As coatings are being reformulated and different ways to apply these coatings are recommended, new application tools are needed for each type of substrate. The Wooster Brush Company is closely working with many coatings companies to engineer and develop these tools to ensure proper application of all types of coatings—and save labor costs in the process.

In this webinar, Larry Schwartz will share how applicators can promote better applications and how to be sure coatings are being applied properly.

By the end of this webinar, attendees will learn:

• About new application tools in the market;
• Benefits of new applicators; and
• How applicators can save labor costs.


Larry Schwartz, Assistant VP of Contractor & Business Development
The Wooster Brush Company

Schwartz has been working in the coatings industry for 35 years. Throughout that time, he has worked with different coatings companies and tool companies to develop systems for painting contractors.

As Assistant VP of Contractor & Business Development, Schwartz works with manufacturers in observing new coatings and developing proper applications. Specifically in the Contractor End User Division, Schwartz oversees end users to make sure they have the right applicators to apply the new coatings.

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