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Old 02-10-2016, 12:06 PM   #1
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For those of you who like using SW paints, what are your preferred interior products for walls and ceilings ?

1. Emreald
2. Cashmere
3. Superpaint
4. Other?
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Old 02-10-2016, 12:17 PM   #2
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For those of you who like using SW paints, what are your preferred interior products for walls and ceilings ?

1. Emreald
2. Cashmere
3. Superpaint
4. Other?
Other.
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Promar 200, sherscrub, problock. Works good enough.
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Walls: Cashmere, SuperPaint (gritty finish, tho), ProMar 200
Ceilings: I don't like Emminence because it leaves lap marks on FLAT ceilings especially. I use ProMar 400 flat for ceilings.

Duration and Emerald (for the price) are huge underachievers. I always have issues getting Duration to cover in 2 coats and I can't bring myself to use Emerald......it's just too hard to tell customers that it's $70 per gallon.
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Super paint is my go too product, but pro mar 200 is decent as well.
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Cashmere for walls.
I've used Eminence once on a small popcorn ceiling, It was ok, but I wasn't overly impressed with it.
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cashmere is good. I Know you were asking about interior but I have nothing good to say about super paint exterior. In fact I could say bad things about it. It does not cover at all in light colors in my experience. I would use a-100 before that and thats saying something.
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Cashmere for walls
400 or masterhyde for ceilings
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Cashmere or superpaint for walls and masterhide on ceilings.

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Walls I'd go Cashmere (Opulence here in Canada) or ProMar. Trim I'd go ProClassic (oil). Ceilings I really like CHB; I just did a job today where the H.O decided to cut his walls before we did the ceilings and got bright orange and red all over the ceilings and it covered it like a dream and dried really, really flat. First time using it and I'm definitely a fan. Probably the flattest ceiling paint I've used.
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walls: pm 200 or duration matte

trim: duration semi

ceilings: master hide. best bang for your buck hands down.

closets:pm 400 low sheen

remember when masterhide was 7$
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cashmere is good. I Know you were asking about interior but I have nothing good to say about super paint exterior. In fact I could say bad things about it. It does not cover at all in light colors in my experience. I would use a-100 before that and thats saying something.
Some of the light colors can be forced into the extra white base. That will solve your problem.
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Walls I'd go Cashmere (Opulence here in Canada) or ProMar. Trim I'd go ProClassic (oil). Ceilings I really like CHB; I just did a job today where the H.O decided to cut his walls before we did the ceilings and got bright orange and red all over the ceilings and it covered it like a dream and dried really, really flat. First time using it and I'm definitely a fan. Probably the flattest ceiling paint I've used.
Still dont know what CHB is herr in the south
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Its a shame with SW or BM or any brand a person cant use one line for all needs. One product line has great paint for walls but then they're semi for trim sucks. Another line has great ceiling paint, but the wall paint sucks. Years ago there was one product line that fit all my needs. BM Regal Wall Satin (flat), Regal Aqua Velvet(eggshell), Regal Aqua Pearl(satin),and Regal Aqua Glo (semi). Yes the good old days.
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Pro classic or pro industrial multi surface acrylic for trim. cashmere for residential walls.
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Promar400 for ceilings; promar200, superpaint, duration and cashmere for walls; proclassic waterbased acrylic-alkyd for trim and doors.

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Still dont know what CHB is herr in the south
Cheap a55 apartment re-paint paint. If I remember correctly it originated in the Chicago market just for tenement re-paints and it covered so well at it's price point they started selling it in other markets when the price point was needed. It is pretty good for ceilings because it is dead flat and covers pretty well. But on an interior wall where someone might actually be living for more then a few months? Not so good. But, if you have to re-paint every 3 months it is a pretty good product. Kind of like Porter Pro-com.
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If I'm rolling I like either Super Paint or Cashmere.

If I'm spraying... Eco select. Good stuff.
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