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Old 11-22-2020, 11:25 AM
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Hands down for SW. Either Super Paint, Cashmere, or Duration depending on your budget. Use one of their coupons, or might even be able to use our account to get you contractor discount. PM me if need an ear to chew on while making a decision.
Old 11-24-2020, 05:38 AM
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Originally Posted by houtxfisher View Post
Definitely the 30% off coupon is a good idea. To give you perspective on SW pricing tiers, A100 exterior is $50 retail, for a builder account I buy on its < $15, quite the difference.
My bro-in-law has a commercial account with them, I can't believe the discounted prices he gets. However, the 30% discount coupon gives it a better deal than that. Shows you how much markup there is on their paint.
Old 11-24-2020, 05:49 AM
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What sheen is everyone using for wall paint? I normally use flat where the walls has some imperfections and satin on nice smooth finished walls.

Old 11-25-2020, 01:55 PM
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Originally Posted by king_me View Post
What sheen is everyone using for wall paint? I normally use flat where the walls has some imperfections and satin on nice smooth finished walls.
I'm going with satin for walls and flat (or eggshell) for ceilings. Eggshell seems to be pretty popular for walls though.
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So I painted the double wide closet in the first room with Valspar Signature in white, satin. The closet was originally off white. The walls needed to have some small imperfections filled in with spackling. I put a single coat of white primer on the walls and ceiling of the closet before I painted it. The walls and ceiling required two coats of the Valspar Signature to adequately cover. The Valspar Signature seemed a little on the thin side to me. Seemed to have the consistency not much thicker than that of milk. I don't plan to buy it again. I think I'm going to try and hit Sherwin Williams for the paint for the room itself. While the sale's going on.

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