BEHR

Model 390001

Internet #203938401

1-gal. #AE-9 Manchester Gray Semi-Gloss Enamel Alkyd Interior/Exterior Paint

$32.98 /each

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The BEHR Alkyd Semi-Gloss Enamel provides the performance and durability of a traditional oil-base paint with the ease of use and convenience of a water-base paint. This professional quality finish offers excellent flow and leveling with easy water clean-up. Use on properly prepared interior/exterior metal and wood surfaces. Ideal for use on doors, trim, molding, cabinetry, plaster, masonry, cinder block, well-bonded wallpaper, brick, stucco, aluminum and wrought iron.

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What shade of gray is this?

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I want to order this but cannot find a chart showing the shade. Is it light gray? Dark gray? It doesn't have to match anything but I would like to get a general idea since shades of any color can vary widely.
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Hello Jasmine,
Thanks for your question. Although it's called Manchester Gray (AE-9), it's much more of a light neutral tan. Fortunately, this type of color will coordinate with a large variety of hues. If you're looking for a "true" gray that's about as soft in intensity as this color, you might consider Polished Silver (AE-49). You might want to try out some 8 oz. samples of a few colors before Read More
Hello Jasmine,
Thanks for your question. Although it's called Manchester Gray (AE-9), it's much more of a light neutral tan. Fortunately, this type of color will coordinate with a large variety of hues. If you're looking for a "true" gray that's about as soft in intensity as this color, you might consider Polished Silver (AE-49). You might want to try out some 8 oz. samples of a few colors before committing to one. There aren't samples in this paint line, but you get these two colors in the Premium Plus or Ultra samples.
Best wishes for your project! Read Less
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