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Old 01-08-2017, 08:46 AM   #1
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Newby to this forum--Hello, and glad I found it.


Hope to see some comments on which paint to use in the bathroom. Just gutted a very small bathroom, new green sheetrock, etc. primed with SW Premium Floor and wall primer 2 coats and now ready for some color. Going crazy trying to find a paint for a small bathroom with high moisture, yes we run a fan for 20 minutes after our shower. I’d like to stay with SW but been reading too much and I am worried about “Sticking” and smoothing “brush marks which Duration the one I picked so far has, or maybe it's the skill level when applying?
Any recommendation on which paint “Satin” to use with the SW primer stated above for the best paint with no stickiness and good smoothing. Consumer Reports does not rate SW too high but Behr and Valspar Reserve is at the top. Confused.
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Welcome to the group. Are you a professional painter? Consumer reports is a home owner type of of reporting. They don't talk to us pros bout this stuff other wise their top two paints would be the bottom two. As for Bathrooms we use Benjamin Moore Kitchen and bath. Great product, good price and myself I think it's better than any SW product. You can also get a mold/mildew additive mixed into the paint.
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grrrrrrr........I am seriously biting my tongue waiting for the mods to choke down their Sunday bacon!
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MOLD food! Lets start by priming with mold food!
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Can't have PAC choking on his tongue.

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Can't have PAC choking on his tongue.

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Awww... I think you should have let the choking continue for another few minutes... or hours.
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