Great story about bad specs

CoatingsPro editor Jack Innis tells an insightful and entertaining story about what happens when paint specs go bad.
"...Dave looked up and saw sheets of paint hanging from the structural beams. Bedsheet-sized sections—seven stories up—were fluttering like laundry on a clothesline. Newspaper-sized pieces swirled toward the ground. The parking lot was littered with leaves of paint."
Without giving away too much of the ending, the problem came about because of a poorly advised substitution allowed by loosely written specs. Reading this story reminded me of the importance of helping your clients write strong, substitution-resistant specs, especially if there are known or suspected material interaction issues to consider with your product.