Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 218
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by PJCC Vanilla Milkshake in a Can, Smooth Painting
Grabbed my Purdy brush to test the Jet White Satin Paint on a DIY Children's Alpine Playhouse. It's over ten years old. Tearing it down is on a list of my to-do's. If a fresh coat of paint can extend the life of our playhouse, I can cross that off this year's list.
The house front was washed. It only took a few minutes to paint the house and door centers with this thick Jet White paint. The door and window trim was painted with Jet White Semi Gloss.
The Floral wood panel on the door is from an architecture graveyard. It was cracked. The Satin covered the cracks in one coat, although it was already white.
Having only viewed the paint color chip, I thought it would be less white. It matched the trim color on our house, that's vanilla white.
Coverage was sufficient to cover cracks in aged wood.
It was searing, I was dehydrated, got lightheaded amd dropped some paint on the walkway. It dries very fast. I don't consider it an easy clean up paint because of that.
I won't paint our house this time of the year because of daily afternoon rains. This dries fast enough for short projects like the playhouse.
It will take a year for me to see if this lives up to the advanced fade performance claim. I'm looking forward to using it on the house when daily rains let up!
September 5, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by soldbydon Nice finish quality but some issues
The finish quality of this paint and ease of application are excellent; the down side is that the color - jet white - is slightly creamy/pinky in color so the paint does not exactly match either aluminum or white vinyl trim on some homes (unlike another brand I am used to using). As the paint dries some of the color difference disappears. Not recommended for indoor use - this paint has a strong ammonia odor to it during application. I recommend that the user test a sample of it on his home to make sure he will be pleased with the results. I own multiple properties and have found that there are other brands of exterior paint that do not have these drawbacks.
August 1, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Larry1944 Behr Marquee Grass Satin Enamel Exterior Paint
Behr paint is good, but I wanted to make sure I had a paint that would really hold up to the weather. The clerk recommended Behr Marquee. I never knew they had this brand.. It was a little more expensive but I decided to try it. Well worth the extra money. Behr Marquee is fast drying , smooth, high quality, with amazing coverage. I have a background of painting because I own duplexes . By far this is the best paint I have ever used. Would definitely buy this paint again.
September 28, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by painter Paint
I bought the top of the line paint with the promise of it covering in one coat. When I opened the brand new can, it had a big clump in it that appeared to be dried paint. I think I got old base paint. It was like it had dried but it was only a week since I had purchased it. I couldn't make the 80 mile trip back to the store so I had to use it. It did cover pretty well. I only had a limited number of places where I needed to recoat.
September 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Bakingmom Excellent coverage.
Behr Marquee Jet White Satin Enamel. is beautiful paint. It is a soft, cream color. It has excellent coverage and easy clean up. There was hardly any dripping at all, when I was painting with it, and barely noticeable odor. It glides over really rough siding easily and looks beautiful when dry.
September 29, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Bowlerholic Looks Beautiful On My House!
I hired painters for the first time and asked them to use Behr Marquee paints that I chose for the exterior of my house. They used Taupe Tease for the main color and I absolutely love it!
June 21, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by scott Expensive Paint That Doesn't Cover All That Well
The title sums up my review pretty well. The HD paint clerk said the Behr Marquis paint should cover in one coat. One coat wasn't even close to being sufficient to cover light tan paint and spots of white primer with light yellow paint that was brushed on. In many cases it took three coats to cover. That doesn't make this bad paint....only time well tell how well it holds up. Considering what I was told about the coverage, and that it's their top line paint at nearly $50 gallon, I guess I expected more. Sherwin Williams and Benjamin Moore paints will be on my radar next time.
October 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Doitmyselfer Cleans up well
I actually used it on adirondack chairs that sit out under a tree. We always have to wipe them down. With this paint in base white they clean up easily.
October 25, 2016