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Old 04-30-2014, 11:32 PM   #1
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OK One is never truly retired, Wife wants me to repaint the in side of the house. I would like some reviews on Millers evolution flat and eggshell. I want to try some other brand my choices have been Rodda, SW also Kelly-moore. Never tried Miller and so need reviews.

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Old 05-01-2014, 12:11 AM   #2
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Evolution is an awesome product. Unless a client requests something else, it's pretty much all I use. I mostly use satin or matt finish. Not even sure if it comes in flat? Slight learning curve. Sets up fast and dries quick. It will lap up and show lap marks if your not careful. I like to add XIM Extender.
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I've used it a fair number of times and also really like it. I think it's a really well valued product. No flat, matte is the dullest finish.
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Thanks. I was hopping to find a dead flat in it for my ceilings. well I will do one room with it and see how I like it.
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Try the Miller Premium. Not a true dead flat but more so than the Evolution matte. It's actually a really good product.
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