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    #1

    sold me on using it

    Hello all users!

    Unfortunately, I cannot remember the sentence in which "sold me on using it" appeared. Luckily, I do remember the title of the article, namely, Chalk Paint | How to make. It should be available on the Internet.

    To get back to the phrase in question, it seems to me that it means ".... persuaded / convinced me to use it" or ".... persuaded / convinced me that it was worth using", something like that.

    What do you think?

    Thank you.

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    Re: sold me on using it

    Your interpretation is correct.

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