1st I want you all to know, I think this site is amazing!! Nothing new for you all, but I just stumbled on this today and already Nathan has been great.
Yolo is likely to become one of the premier "green" paints on the market. I agree w/ Mythic, that it is not the best for cabinets, yet. Especially w/ dark colors. I have met the founders Yo and Lo, and they are clearly devoted to the designer, and female demographics. "Yo" is for Young, and "Lo" is for ?? I can't remember, representing their last names. Both really nice and eager to build their business thru their contractor backgrounds.
I will take this opportunity to introduce myself to those of you here. I see you are the honorary residents of this great forum.
My name is Brent, and I am a sales rep for Kelly-Moore Paints in California. I am not here to sell, but want to learn and be as helpful as I can. I have been in the paint industry for 14 years and like most of you can't seem to "get out."
For what it is worth, KM has a line of water based enamel called DuraPoxy. It dries as hard as "enamel" or oil, and actually flows like oil. Well, as good as any latex can. It is by far the premium latex enamel for cabinets/trim/casings etc., outside something like "Beyond" from Sierra Perfomance/Rust.
Thru recent acquisitions in the SE, and the spiral of the new housing market, I think Kelly-Moore took over the #1 spot in the US as it relates to privately owned paint companies. We are based in San Carlos, CA and we understand the needs of the "pot and brush" painter, and specialize in laquers, commercial, and industrial areas as well.
Blah, blah, blah....... Sorry guys. I really enjoy what I do and love my company. Check out our website and tell me what you think. We are a paint company, not web designers, so be honest.
Thx for reading my unintended novela.