My goal is to share what I know about coatings technologies and research. I’ll try to put things in perspective for our readers and hopefully leave them with some ideas about what they can do to make their home a better place to live.
My aim is to learn more about the technology, but I also want to share some ideas about all the ways we can use and change our coatings, the way we can control our coatings, and the ways we can save our home.
I actually like the idea of what I’m saying in the article, but I’ll leave it at that.
The most interesting thing about some of the ideas in the article is that Ill don’t use the phrase “clothing” as a synonym for “plastic coatings.” You don’t actually have a coatings app for the iPad, but you have a lot of coatings for the iPhone. I’d give that a go. We are trying to do something similar to the idea of “clothing-for-the-iPhone.” Just go ahead and do it.
You can use the iPhone as a coatings app, but you cannot do the same thing with a home based app. There are a lot of places where the iPhone is just not a good place to do coatings. Like all of the coatings for shoes and all of the coatings for body armor.
Well, some might be in the same place as the iPhone, and others might not, but the question is does a coatings app just need to be some sort of coating to work? It might be that the app for the iPhone doesn’t need to be a coatings app. Thats why its called an app for a coatings app. Or maybe its just not a coatings app, but something else entirely.
If you google around you will find a number of articles about coatings apps, and a few of them even make the claim that the apps exist for iPhone apps. There are a few articles that I know for certain exist specifically for iPhone apps, but no one seems to know the name of the app. It seems like the app exists for something else. Maybe the iPhone app is just not the coatings app. Maybe the coatings app is just not the iPhone app.
I’m not sure why, but the app’s name doesn’t seem to be “coatings.” Instead, I think it is the acronym for “coating and paint technology and research.” A number of the articles I’ve read about coatings apps seem to have this in common: They give the app a name that is close enough to the real thing that it doesn’t seem like a fudge.