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Old 04-20-2013, 06:36 PM   #1
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I have no problem selecting the colors i want. However i want quality. Im debating between benjamin moore, sherwin williams, behr and ralph lauren. Help any one?
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Old 04-20-2013, 06:51 PM   #2
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I have no problem selecting the colors i want. However i want quality. Im debating between benjamin moore, sherwin williams, behr and ralph lauren. Help any one?
Do you notice how you're contradicting yourself? How can you possibly be concerned about paint quality when you won't even hire a qualified painter?
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Go with Behr. Thats my unauthorized recommendation.
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Go with Behr. Thats my unauthorized recommendation.
If you want something that is washable I would go with Ben or Sherwin. If you just want a paint that has decent hiding and coverage then Behr is the way to go. Sherwin Williams is offering a 40% of discount this weekend so I would go with them.
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If you want something that is washable I would go with Ben or Sherwin. If you just want a paint that has decent hiding and coverage then Behr is the way to go. Sherwin Williams is offering a 40% of discount this weekend so I would go with them.
Really, washable? No one washes their walls. Why pay the extra expense? I think your other recommendations are a good fit for our new member.
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Do you notice how you're contradicting yourself? How can you possibly be concerned about paint quality when you won't even hire a qualified painter?
Those are not related at all.
in fact i have a painter. He also agreed to paint with the paint i prefer. He recommended a brand, but the color i want is not available. So the paint i am considering which i wont mention, is very expensive at $63.00 gallon. Oh well i just want a great paint so i guess sherwin williams emerald is it. Since im not a professional painter i have to go and find a pro forum that gives opinions. All i want is to paint and be happy.
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