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BEHR 1-gal. white Semi-Gloss Oil-Based Interior/Exterior Paint
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BEHR

1-gal. white Semi-Gloss Oil-Based Interior/Exterior Paint

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The Behr 1-gal. Semigloss Oil-Based white Interior/Exterior Paint is formulated for easy application with a roller, sprayer or brush. It is ideal for application on siding and trim. The formula protects against UV rays and resists mildew growth to maintain a pristine appearance.

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Can this paint be used on an aluminum camper?

I am restoring a vintage camper and want to use a custom color paint. Can this paint be used for that purpose?
Asked by: Camper
I'm pretty sure you can use it on the camper, but you probably have to sand it first......
Answered by: danny
Date published: 2015-09-20

what is the nearest store that carries this paint?

Asked by: otis
Tuscaloosa al
Answered by: larry
Date published: 2016-04-22

I understand you can not get this paint from the store. If you order this paint can the store tint it for you?

Asked by: Anonymous
absolutely......they will be happy to order and tint to what ever color you desire.....
Answered by: danny
Date published: 2015-09-20

Is this home depot best for outdoor protection against moisture,algae, on wood

Asked by: Anonymous
absolutely........
Answered by: danny
Date published: 2015-09-20
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1-gal. white Semi-Gloss Oil-Based Interior/Exterior Paint is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 29.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Takes forever to cure I have used Behr exterior latex to paint my entire home in the past and it was one of the best paints I ever used. However, for interior trim I wanted the hard enamel finish I feel only an oil base paint can provide. I was painting kitchen cabinets. I realize they say "do not use on horizontal surfaces". I did take the doors down and paint them on a bench. But the paint will not "cure". I say that as the outside coating will "dry" (skin over) within 24 hours. However, even weeks later you can still press on the painted surface and leave a finger print or even a dent in the paint. A week. Two weeks. Even three weeks later. It is as though the outside surface dries quickly and seals the oils underneath from being able to "evaporate" and fully cure. If I barely brushed on a coat of paint which I tried thinning, and I dried the doors in a hot (almost 80 degrees from an external heater), I could get the doors to cure within a week. But any coat thicker than the thinnest coat, or just a normal environment (70 degree home), I could not get the paint to solidly cure.
Date published: 2016-11-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Old Time Beauty!!! Non professional opinion here.... A good while back, I built a traditional tool chest out of pine. I waited and waited to put a paint finish on it because I wanted an old time looking and durable oil paint on it. The modern latex paints, while great for most household uses, just didn't satisfy me for this old school tool chest. Glad I waited. My local Home Depot started stocking this paint. I paid less than $15 for a quart, compared to the Marquee high price for a similar quart. I've used Marquee plenty, by the way. Excited to use it, I put on a non-Home Depot brand high quality oil primer. After letting it dry for two days, I applied a coat of this Behr oil paint and was IMMEDIATELY pleased beyond words. A lot of the negative reviews are accurate, not necessarily negative, though. It's very thick. It leaves brush marks. It dries slowly. Blah blah blah. This is an oil paint, people. It's not going to behave exactly like a modern latex and much less like a HVLP sprayer paint finish. In one coat, the blue-green oil paint COMPLETELY covered the white oil primer. If you don't want brush marks, then spray the paint. If you want it to dry quickly, then use latex. Anything else is analogous to attempting to stain pine to look like walnut. Word of advice for first timers: paint slowly. Move the brush slowly. With a high quality brush, it will load up plenty and a slow touch will unload it perfectly. Cleaning, of course, isn't as easy or convenient, and the odor is really obnoxious. But that comes with the use of oil paint. I'd paint all the wood trim in my house with this if it didn't smell so bad.
Date published: 2017-01-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Paint Never Dries Purchased two different quarts of this paint in two different colors in April and October 2016, therefore two different production lots. In both cases, the paint never completely dried even after application. Anywhere the paint was thick, as in corners or crevices, it never really hardened and a fingernale could leave an indentation. I thought Rust-oleum was slow drying, this stuff is just awful! I would avoid using this paint.
Date published: 2016-10-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Used on a metal playground equipment Our company was purchased this paint for a neighborhood volunteer project. We were painting the rails, poles on the gazebo and the metal benches throughout the park. We wanted something that would last for a long time and stand up to weather. 6 months later they still look like new and everyone loves the Mid-Century colors we choose. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2017-02-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Avoid! I paint a lot. I decided to go with this oil based on my metal front door. 12 hrs later it's still tacky to the touch and I can't close the door! So disappointed. I use Behr products all the time.
Date published: 2016-12-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This paint is the worse I've ever used. It never fully dries even after 48 hrs. Paint is like a ... This paint is the worse I've ever used. It never fully dries even after 48 hrs. Paint is like a rubber/plastic coat and comes off easily even with a finger nail. The worse quality!
Date published: 2016-11-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great paint for people that aren't impatient. Notice that the negative reviews are about the paint drying times. These are from inexperienced painters that didn't read the label. This paint is awesome if you let it dry. Take a vacation before handling this paint. The label says 7 days before even wiping and 24 hrs for re-coat. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2016-05-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My Wallpaper nightmare We bought a home that needed to have the old wallpaper removed. But, the paste would peal off the paint if not treated right. A oll-base paint is the best way to do this. This paint did a great job of sealing in the residue glue. We love the look of the final job [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2016-06-23
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