"Separately, [Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia] retail partner Home Depot
confirmed yesterday that its current deal to sell Martha Stewart-branded
paint has dried to an unflattering finish it will no longer sell Martha
Stewart Living-branded paints but will go forward with a more limited
agreement with Stewart that gives customers the ability to mix Marthas
color palette into Glidden-branded paints. "
Who cares!!!! I dont.....
Colors are the same color without her name on them. It's about the
same as buying car touchup paint from the car dealer at $30 per can,
(which says GM or Ford) on the can, or getting it at the auto parts
store under a generic name for $4 a can.
On Wed, 04 Jan 2012 13:31:08 -0600, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I thought she was in jail in Connecticut. If she's not, it's a
For the record, Chrysler charges little or no more than Dupli-color
charged. (or Plasticote, which pretty much is no more, iiuc)
A heck of a lot better than Toyota, which doesn't sell aerosol paint
at all. Now I feel lucky to find a company on the web that sells a
can for 20 dollars. (Plus they say one has to buy a base coat for
anotehr 20 dollars.)
:>, or getting it at the auto parts
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