Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 47
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by ChuLee confuse, not professional.
My contract color code is Spiced Vinegar. Searched Homedept.com for this color, you find nothing from homdept.com. I did a search on GOOGLE for the color code. You will find the RGB rang is (20x, 18x, 14x). The good point about Homedept.com is there is RGB value in the SPEC. the BEHR Premium Model # 27001 Internet # 204166521 1-gal. #MS-29 Antique Gold Flat Interior/Exterior Masonry, Stucco and Brick Paint is in this range. After received the item, the color specified on the can is White 270, the labeled color on cover is Antique Gold. The sample color on the edge is white (see photo). It use used white-can fill Antique Gold color paint, very confuse, not professional.
April 15, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by vic Do not buy this paint!!!!
In the spring and summer of 2015 I painted the exterior stucco of my house with this paint. I used one-5 gallon container and 2/3 of a second 5-gallon container in a light cream color. In the summer of 2016 we did some exterior remodeling requiring touch-up of some stucco, including some large areas about 5' x 8'. The paint from the container did not match the existing stucco color from 2015. Several of the touch-up areas do not ever get direct sunlight. When I took back my container and a piece of stucco the paint desk associates agreed the paint no longer matched. The paint desk Assistant Manager agreed to give me a 1-gallon container of paint that would match the new stucco color, saying that my entire house paint had faded to a light yellow, perfectly even on all sides, including shaded areas, in just one year. Not only is the 20 year warranty not honored but the color is not UV nor fade resistant for even a short period of time.
Now when I touch-up the new stucco with the new color is it going to fade? Think I will leave one area painted with the original color to see how long it takes to fade to match the original painted stucco from 2015.
Home Depot does not care that I spent a great deal of time selecting what I thought would be the perfect color for my stucco only to have it change to a different color inside of one year.
The odd think is that I asked the paint associate, at the time of purchasing the first 10 gallons of paint, why is stucco paint so special. The answer - because it is more fade resistant.
The other odd thing is that I first bought a sample paint pot of several colors and tested them. Once I decided on the color that I liked I used the sample paint container up, not wanting to waste it. Now that the stucco paint has faded, the paint from the sample container shows up and never faded.
Do NOT buy stucco paint! Whatever paint is used for the sample containers does not fade.
August 29, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by JS Worst paint ever
This is the 3rd time I've painted the exterior of my stucco house white. The 1st with Benjamen Moore, the 2nd with Valspar both with no problems and one coat. This stuff simply does not go on evenly and is very visible in certain light, even with a 2nd and 3rd application. Some of it may be due to the Behr primer underneath but not the whole wall! I've been happy with Behr interior but this stuff sucks. I guess it's for flipper contractors that want to do a slap on job.
July 29, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Champ Clean
I had a cement pad that my hot tub was on I got rid of the tub and the pad looked dirty so I decided to painted it with this paint and OMG I got nothing but compliments. One coat and easy to spread great color and paint . I put my BBQ on it and added a small canopy. Looks Great
July 27, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by abqdave Required two coats, filled in the small cracks in 15 year old stucco. Results are very good.
NM Home with 15 year old stucco. Sun makes outside wall temp very hot here and everyday has thermal expansion. So old stucco had spider cracks. Used the heaver (more expensive) rubber behr paint (elastomeric) spelling a guess, to seal larger cracks, then painted entire home in this regular stucco paint with a roller and brush. Needed two coats, but all the cracks disappeared and it looks very nice. Clean up with water was easy and allowed for multiple re-use of brushes and roller. Be careful with the rubber elastomeric paint as too much will be bad for final appearance as it will fill in the stucco to a point that it will be without the sand texture. Still use it, it is great. After 60 gals, I'm tired and happy.
June 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by homerepairnut pleased
Repainted our entire old Spanish style white stucco house with this-went on well, looks really great in the bright flat white and it seems to touch up well where we have had to later do some wall repair work. (Should have purchased in the larger 5 gal. sizes to save money but didn't want to wrestle with the large buckets, so we used many of the 1 gal. size.) Very pleased with the product!
November 16, 2011
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Melody Amazing results
Yes does take two coats but for $20 can't beat the price! I love the way it made the house look! It looks like a brand new home without the high cost of buying a new one! That's why I am thankful that we are able to do this to our homes! Amazing results!!
May 25, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Knaak Terrible coverage, too inconsistent between containers
I bought one gallon of this paint over Memorial Day weekend to test the coverage. It covered about 150 sq.ft. on a fine finish stucco. It's half of the claim on the container (250-400 sq. ft), but at least I was prepared. I then bought four 5-gallon buckets to finish the job. The first two buckets rolled on as expected and covered some hairline cracks nicely. Sadly, everything went downhill with the third bucket. When stirring it, it was noticeably thinner than the other two buckets. I started to roll it on and it wasn't covering nearly as well. I checked the fourth bucket and unfortunately it was the same as the third (both of these had the same batch numbers). The coverage dropped down to ~80 sq.ft., PLUS I had to coat it twice just to match the texture of the first two buckets. So, their coverage went from a claim of 250 sq.ft. down to 150 sq.ft., then down to 80 sq.ft. and requiring two coats (so covering only 40 sq.ft.).
I went back to Home Depot and told them what was going on. They replaced the two 5-gallon buckets for me, but it's still the same terrible coverage. These were new buckets that were still wrapped on the pallets in the overhead storage area. I'm not sure if this just happened to be a bad batch or if the quality went down that much on their most recent paint. Either way, I highly suggest avoiding this paint. I'm now stuck in the middle of the job and will need to buy more paint just to make up for the lack of coverage, plus I have to roll on twice as much. Not fun!
June 6, 2016