Dark colors are always hard to touch up no matter what product you use.
1.) Promar 200 satin it's low gloss and more washable this is good for foyer's and bedrooms not bathrooms and laundry rooms.
2.) Super Satin little more glossy and washable kitchens and baths
3.) Duration matte same gloss as super paint but very high priced. Great for dark colors good coverage low sheen very washable.
I'm going back on what I said about ICI(but thats for high performance coating systems) but sw duration is a fine product and property management is a good one also.and porter paints vinyl flat washes very well too.
The low-lustre has slightly less sheen than Duration matte, and the medium-Lustre is just less than Duration satin... Covers a little bit better, and 1/2 the cost of Duration. While they claim it drags less for less painter fatigue - my guys haven't noticed the difference, but it does flow out better than Super or Duration Home.
Just easier to mark up a $18 gallon than a $34 one!
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