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Old 04-12-2018, 01:25 AM   #1
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I found this on twitter today, EVO Paint. They claim it is the only "one coat, no primers needed or added paint" Please tell me someone has used it. I don't believe for one second what they claim, I just want a review.
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In fred meyer last week, I saw a paint brush that had written on the face of its packaging: "guaranteed one coat coverage!"
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any non-viscous liquid is technically one coat coverage. Hide is something completely different.
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any non-viscous liquid is technically one coat coverage. Hide is something completely different.

Very good point and a good marketing ploy. I dropped a gallon of milk before and it covered the kitchen in one coat.
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In fred meyer last week, I saw a paint brush that had written on the face of its packaging: "guaranteed one coat coverage!"
And you doubt that? Everyone knows Freddy’s is the place to go for any quality items needed for home improvement.
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