Model # 27001

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BEHR 1-gal. White Flat Masonry, Stucco and Brick Paint
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BEHR

1-gal. White Flat Masonry, Stucco and Brick Paint

$19.98 /each

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The BEHR Masonry, Stucco and Brick Paint a high-quality, flat acrylic latex paint with a 20 year customer satisfaction guarantee. The interior/exterior, self-priming, alkali and Mildew resistant finish also provides excellent adhesion, coverage, water repellency and color retentaion. Ideal for use on properly prepared Interior or Exterior vertical surfaces such as: stucco, masonry, concrete, concrete Block and brick as well as adjacent wood and metal.

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  • Ideal for interior & exterior concrete & masonry walls
  • 20 year customer satisfaction guarantee
  • Self-priming
  • Alkali and mildew resistant finish (Ideal for new or weathered stucco)
  • Excellent hide, coverage, adhesion and water repellancy
  • Acrylic latex
  • Available in custom colors & computerized color matching (available in stores only)
  • Durable flat finish
  • Up to 400 sq. ft. per gallon
  • Easy clean-up with soap and water
  • Actual paint colors may vary from on-screen and printer representations
  • Online Price includes a Paint Care fee in the following states: CA, CO, CT, DC, ME, MN, OR, RI and VT
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Is this appropriate to paint my 50 year old red brick house (unpainted brick)? Do I need a separa...

Is this appropriate to paint my 50 year old red brick house (unpainted brick)? Do I need a separate primer? I want to use my airless sprayer. Any issues? thanks.
Asked by: jd
Hello jd, Thank you for your interest in our products. Yes, our paint can be used on your red brick house. However, before painting we recommend cleaning the home of any dirt or grease. Once it's cleaned, then you can apply our paint with an airless sprayer. Best regards, Kevin
Answered by: Behr
Date published: 2017-03-06

Can this paint be used over existing oil-based paints?

Asked by: Anonymous
Dear Salty Dog, The Masonry, Stucco and Brick Paint will cover most oil-based paints. If you have a glossy finish, please be sure to scuff sand the surface prior to painting with a fine grit sandpaper. Be sure to test the product on an inconspicuous area first just to confirm that our product will cover the previous coating as it is unclear from your posting what substrate you are applying the paint. Please keep in mind that this product is formulated for Masonry, Stucco and Brick. Thank you for the inquiry!
Answered by: Behr
Date published: 2015-09-17

Can I use this on a fireplace?

The fireplace is from the 1970's and is dark red brick with black mortor. It has never been painted. Would I need to use a primer first, or will this product do both?
Asked by: Anonymous
Dear Ajmcneal, We at Behr would concur with the recommendations that the contributor, By Designing Woman has responded to your comment with one slight preference. That is to use our Multi-Surface Primer & Sealer NO. 436 instead of the NO. 75 mentioned for the primer. Below are the label application instructions for the Masonry, Stucco & Brick Paint. PREPARATION (Proper surface preparation is required.) Allow new stucco and masonry to cure for 30 days before painting. Remove all loose, peeling paint. Remove dirt and grease with a product such as BEHR PREMIUM™ NO. 990 Concrete & Masonry Degreaser & Cleaner; remove mildew stains with a mildew stain removing product. On galvanized metal, use a diluted solution of a product such as BEHR PREMIUM NO. 991 Concrete & Masonry Cleaner & Etcher to prepare the surface. Follow all label instructions. Rinse thoroughly and allow a minimum of 24 hours to dry. Cracks and gaps wider than 1/16" (1.5 mm) should be routed open, dusted and patched with a quality patching compound. Use an acrylic caulk around windows, doors and trim. Scuff sand glossy surfaces. If chalk remains on the surface, prime with a product such as BEHR PREMIUM PLUS® NO. 436 Exterior Multi-Surface Primer & Sealer. Prime all patched areas as well as adjacent wood and metal surfaces. If previously sealed or coated, check manufacturer's specifications before painting. APPLICATION DO NOT THIN. Intermix all cans of same product to ensure color uniformity. Stir paint before and occasionally during application. Use product when air and surface temperature are 50-90˚F (10-32˚C). Do not use if rain or heavy dew is expected within 24 hours. Apply using a high quality 3/4"-1" nap roller, nylon/polyester brush or airless sprayer (.015"-.017" spray tip). Apply a second coat, if necessary. Maintain a wet edge to avoid lap marks. Do not re-spread or re-work paint. DRY TIME Longer dry time required in cooler temperatures and higher humidity. After two weeks, cured paint film may be cleaned with a mild, non-abrasive liquid detergent. Thank you for the inquiry!
Answered by: Behr
Date published: 2015-09-17

How should I prep basement (concrete block) walls? Do I need to make the walls perfectly dry for it to perform well?

Asked by: Unibodyguy
Hi Unibodyguy, Thanks for checking in! Yes, we do recommend applying this paint to a dry surface. If there is moisture on the walls, it could get trapped in the coating and cause the coating to lift. Best of luck with your project!
Answered by: Behr
Date published: 2016-07-20
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Customer Reviews

1-gal. White Flat Masonry, Stucco and Brick Paint is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 28.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Out performed a Hurricane Last spring I bought 40 gallons of this paint and shipped it to St. Jean du Sud, Haiti to be used to paint their church. Last month Hurricane Matthew hit the village destroying or heavily damaging 90% of the structures. The church rood was ripped from the building, but the Behr stucco paint held to the walls without damage. While the rood is being replaced there is no need to repaint the building. Thanks, Behr. I am sure that we will be buying more Behr paint to ship to Haiti in the coming months. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2016-11-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Compliments from Neighbors on Quality of Paint Job It is one thing when we stand back and marvel at a good DIY job on your house. It is something else altogether when neighbor after neighbor and others in your housing development offer up unsolicited, genuine comments. I remodeled and repainted the entire outside of my 1980s ranch style stucco finish FL home using all Behr paints. I used Behr semi-glass ultra pure white for the trim; it brought it back to life. I used Behr Exterior Satin Enamel Autumn Tan to cover fiberboard over the garage and window trim. For the stucco finish I applied Masonry, Stucco, and Brick paint medium base in Sandstone Beige to cover a soft pastel pink that covered the entire house. I even dared myself to get creative and painted an "accent" stucco wall with Autumn Tan in Stucco paint. The stucco finish only required one coat; I used a very rough surface roller cover which worked ideally getting into the nooks and crannies of stucco. The fiberboard surfaces took two coats since the boarding was brand new. Due to the remodeling and repainting I have had several neighbors who have said that the paint job stands out and in all I updated the house 20 years to the 2000's. Now, my next project: my ranch style clapboard style house in NC. I already bought the Behr paint for inside and outside. Road trip! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2016-06-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Masonry and stucco paint on brown stone I live in the north east where some town houses are brownstone. The front of my house is all brown stone and was painted more than 20 years ago a few shades of what I'd call a greenish gray. I was able to match this paint to paint the stoop and touch up a few areas. The match is great. The paint covered very well. No problems there. The back of the house is mostly brick. The sills are brownstone. Since the sills have been painted before as well as badly stained and patched with cement I felt the best thing to do would be to just paint it the stones color. A sort of reddish brown. Goes nicely with the red brick. The problem... Even though the value is about the same as the color used on the front I can't get the masonry paint in this dark a color. Must have something to do with the red hue. Hey Behr... How about a deep base in masonry paint for us people who live in brownstones and want brownstone brown paint. Other than that I love Behr products and use them all the time.
Date published: 2010-09-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great on stucco and mortar I used this paint on the stucco walls on the 2nd floor of my home and it covered beautifully. I also had a can matched to my mortar color to touch up visible caulk around the 1st floor window casings which are set into stone after painting the window casings and it hid the white caulk perfectly making ti blend into the stucco around the window. It does take some getting used to as it is thick and stringy which makes it difficult not to drip when moving the brush toward the surface to be painted.
Date published: 2012-10-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from BEHR Stucco & Brick paint Bought a 1957 beach cottage in Hermosa Beach, 8 years ago. With no sanding and no primer,I put the paint straight on the old stucco. I even used it on the underside of the over hang, not one peel is visable. I am only buying new paint because I want to change the color. Thanks! Home Depot, your BEHR paint ROCKS.
Date published: 2009-09-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It's Always Midnight In My Backyard We have a large and unsightly stucco retaining wall in our rear yard. About 10 years ago I was inspired to paint it a bright cobalt blue (using Behr paint, of course, that is the only paint I use) As the wall gets a fair amount of sun, I was concerned about fading. And yes, fade it did. AFTER 10 YEARS! Earlier this summer I repainted it with Behr Masonry, Stucco, & Brick paint. I used a quality Home Depot roller and chose "Midnight Blue" for the color this time. I'm thrilled with the results! My plants and garden art "pop" against this beautiful color and my formerly boring wall is now a focal point of the yard. I wish I was able to post pictures for all to enjoy!
Date published: 2013-08-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product and quality for an unbeatable price! I'm a master painter of trade and have been using several products throughout my +30 years of experience. I have been using this particular product from Behr for the past 8 years. I have been using it for exterior stucco, brick and masonry and it bonds really well and has an end result I'm looking for as a professional. Not only does it bond well on these surfaces, but with exterior work and overlapping wood work, it seams to perform well in this matter too. I even used it on my own house and after 7 years....It looks great!! Behr have been a brand for quality and serve me well as for the convenience for me and my business. Dumb Up for this one and good luck with your project!! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2015-05-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Huge pitted and ridged Masonry wall..? I was recently faced with the task of painting a 90 ft wide wall by 20 ft, very pitted and ridged. I was thinking I would have to cover this wall at least twice possible three to four times. I picked Behr's Masonry, Stucco, & Brick paint. Amazingly, using a very thick roller, I was able to cover in one coat. This paint goes on thick and smooth, and has awesome covering power. I needed to only touch up some of the deeper pitting. You can see in the photo how deeply ridged and pitted this wall is. I had only one issue with Behr regarding this paint. I had another project that I wanted to use this paint in a satin finish. You can not buy 1 gallon cans in a deep tintable base either retail or online. Behr this is a wonderful product....Please make it available in 1 gallon tintable deep base, satin finish.. Online it is always pre-tinted., and it is not available retail.
Date published: 2015-09-20
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