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BEHR Premium

Model 670501

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1-gal. #6705 Ultra Pure White Gloss Porch and Patio Floor Paint

$29.98 /each

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The BEHR Premium Plus 1-Gallon Gloss Enamel Latex Porch and Floor Paint is ideal for indoor and exterior use on porches, floors, decks, basements and patios. The 100% acrylic latex finish. This resists mildew, scuffing, fading, cracking and peeling.

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  • Ideal for interior and exterior application on porches, floors, decks, basements and patios
  • Designed for easy application with a roller
  • 100% acrylic latex base provides exceptional adhesion and durability
  • Gloss enamel finish offers a nice shine
  • Improved hiding capability allows for greater coverage with less paint
  • 400 sq. ft. of coverage
  • Resists cracking, fading, peeling and scuffing
  • Easy cleanup with soap and water
  • Resists mildew growth to maintain a lasting freshly painted appearance in high-moisture areas
  • Actual paint colors may vary from on-screen and printer representations
  • Online Price includes Paint Care fee in the following states: CA, CO, CT, MN, OR, RI, VT
  • Note: Product may vary by store
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Primer necessary

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April 20, 2014
The product description states that it has great adhesion, but do you not need to apply primer before painting a deck and railing system with this product?
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April 26, 2016
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I did not use a primer when I painted pressure treated lumber. As such, one coat produced uneven results. It took 2 full coats with a 24 hour cure in between to get even coverage. If I do it again, a coat of Kilz will go on first.
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Jackson Ga
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July 3, 2015
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I think that primer on a properly prepared surface will give the best results. If you a making a big color change get the primer tinted.
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Glens Falls, NY
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October 8, 2014
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Yes. Any acrylic primer, like Glidden Gripper (which is wonderful) is necessary. Unless you live in a warm, dry climate I wouldn't use this paint now since it doesn't dry well in the fall. Not a good product in my opionion.
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April 22, 2014
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Hi Scott,
Thank you for your interest in Behr Premium Porch & Patio Floor Paint. The Porch & Patio Floor Paint does require priming on uncoated surfaces for proper adhesion. If your deck and railing are wood surfaces, we recommend to prime with a product such as Behr Premium Plus No. 436 Exterior Multi-Surface Primer & Sealer. For concrete/masonry surfaces, we recommend priming with a product such as Read More
Hi Scott,
Thank you for your interest in Behr Premium Porch & Patio Floor Paint. The Porch & Patio Floor Paint does require priming on uncoated surfaces for proper adhesion. If your deck and railing are wood surfaces, we recommend to prime with a product such as Behr Premium Plus No. 436 Exterior Multi-Surface Primer & Sealer. For concrete/masonry surfaces, we recommend priming with a product such as Behr Premium Concrete & Masonry Bonding Primer. Read Less
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Orange, Ca.
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April 21, 2014
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Hi Scott, it's always a good idea to prime your project. I have provided a link with the instructions for using this product.
Prime
• Interior: Use a product such as PREMIUM PLUS® All-In-One Primer & Sealer No. 75.
• Exterior: Use a product such as PREMIUM PLUS® Multi-Surface Primer & Sealer No. 436
• Interior/Exterior: Over uncoated concrete or masonry surfaces, use a product such as BEHR
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Hi Scott, it's always a good idea to prime your project. I have provided a link with the instructions for using this product.
Prime
• Interior: Use a product such as PREMIUM PLUS® All-In-One Primer & Sealer No. 75.
• Exterior: Use a product such as PREMIUM PLUS® Multi-Surface Primer & Sealer No. 436
• Interior/Exterior: Over uncoated concrete or masonry surfaces, use a product such as BEHR PREMIUM®Concrete & Masonry Bonding Primer. 880.
http://www.behr.com/consumer/products/floor-coatings-sealers-and-prep/behr-premium-porch-and-patio-floor-paint-gloss Read Less
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Can I use this paint for wood surfaces ?

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May 21, 2015
My porch is made with wood
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June 23, 2016
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Yes. If it's a wood that bleeds tannins or other stains you will want a sealing coat of primer. Primer is a good idea anyway.
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You may need to use a primer as the wood will absorb the paint at different rates. I applied it directly to pressure treated lumber. It took 2 coats to get an even sheen.
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July 3, 2015
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It works great with wood. Prepare the surface and use the correct primer
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May 21, 2015
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The BEHR Premium 1-gal. #6705 Ultra Pure White Gloss Porch and Patio Floor Paint can be used on wooden surfaces.
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does this paint fil in gaps and cover and seal cracks

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September 1, 2013
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Jackson Ga
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July 3, 2015
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This paint does not fill cracks and gaps. It highlights all flaws like most paints do particularly since it is high gloss. Restore fills cracks gaps and seals down splinters on old decks.
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If the gaps are big I would suggest using wood putty to fill them in prior to priming. Fill them with the putty, let it dry, then sand and paint with acrylic primer (Glidden Gripper is excellent) before painting. That's what I did.
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January 14, 2014
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That depends on the width. More than around 1/32" I would think would be a stretch.
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September 4, 2013
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Hi Frank,
Thank you for your interest in our Behr Premium Porch & Patio Floor Paint. This product is not designed to fill in gaps or cover and seal cracks. For wooden porches, use a wood filler to patch the gaps and cracks. For a concrete substrate, use a concrete patch.
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will this product work on a tile floor?

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October 14, 2015
room has two color/pattern tiles on the floor. low traffic area. don't want to rip up tile and replace if it can be painted. if this product won't work is there a product that will?
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I would be concerned that there might be some moisture coming up through the tile floor, if it's on concrete, and if the tile is not glazed. If it is glazed, it might not stick well. But be cautious... lots of primers are not for floor use since they are not hard enough. BEHR makes a "Concrete & Masonry Bonding Primer" that sounds like exactly what you are needing. It will stick to glazed tiles, and the Read More
I would be concerned that there might be some moisture coming up through the tile floor, if it's on concrete, and if the tile is not glazed. If it is glazed, it might not stick well. But be cautious... lots of primers are not for floor use since they are not hard enough. BEHR makes a "Concrete & Masonry Bonding Primer" that sounds like exactly what you are needing. It will stick to glazed tiles, and the paint will stick to it. Read Less
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It may work on tile, but you will have to abrade the surface...sand it for something for the paint to bite on. I would recommend a 2-part epoxy paint- those are specifically made to adhere to tile.
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Hi Jim, thank you for your question. Unfortunately, tile is too smooth so the paint won't adhere. Be sure to follow all back label instructions and best of luck on your project.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 45 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Pool Paint Paint was excellent,easy to use, direction were clear July 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great white for bathroom White used for bathroom walls and trim. Will use for porch ceiling as well. Multi-use! Great purchase! August 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Paint, Great Value I own a fixer-upper condo with hideous, thick Spanish glazed tiles in the living room and kitchen. After consulting several contractors, I realized having the tiles removed and new flooring put down would cost a small fortune. So, against the advice of some "experts," I decided to paint the existing flooring and lay down area rugs. This paint was a lifesaver! It went on beautifully and not too thick and dried quickly and evenly. (Bonus: The smell wasn't horrendous, either.) July 8, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent quality paint It covered very well and provides a good stain and abrasion resistant finish. We tinted it to a light color and it makes the deck less hot in the full sun with bare feet. July 3, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by good floor paint. Works fine. Took a little longer to dry than I expected, but this might have been that the floor was rough and the paint got thick in some spots. It did dry fine. Did not stink while drying. Needed three coats, but again that was likely the rough surface. I think on most surfaces it would need two coats on unfinished wood but would cover previously painted in one coat. March 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent deck/porch paint Last year I worked on replacing our front porch and steps from early spring to the fall. Lots of rotted wood and the big job I expected it to be. The porch is 7'x24' and had been painted dreary battleship gray. I decided to leave the new pine floor natural with just a preservative and polyurethane, but wanted to paint the steps and hand rail posts (which were pressure treated wood) white, along with the columns and railings. The cold weather stopped me from finishing the painting until this spring, but I got the steps and hand rail posts done. In any case, I wanted to evaluate the paint in the winter to see how it would stand up to snow and ice. Also to see if there would be any discoloration from the pressure treated wood. I have a few details to finish--like caps for the hand rail posts. The Behr Porch and Deck paint is a pleasure to use. It's thick compared to a regular indoor wall paint and that helps it stay put on vertical surfaces. I had very little dripping, and what there was occurred because I was loading the brush too much. The coverage is excellent--the steps were already weathered so darker than if the wood had been new and the paint covered very well. I probably could have gotten away with one coat but applied two. Cleanup is soap and water and with a brush comb I was able to get the bristles quite clean without a problem. I used a good quality brush and would recommend that. Clean it after you're done and don't let the paint dry on it. Just easier with a good brush. This winter has been extra cold and we've had several freeze/thaw cycles with snow and ice and the steps and posts look fine. I know I'll need to clean the natural finish floor and white steps periodically, but it's worth it to have the porch looking the way we want. So far the paint looks pretty tough. January 14, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good floor paint Used to cover a composite floor in my workshop. Application is easy and coverage is good. Only problem I have experienced is peeling when moving things around. I think this is due to the composite surface I covered. Probably would not have this problem on wood. Bright white and easy to clean. November 13, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good Floor Paint Although suitable for outdoor use, I used this paint to cover primed T&G white pine boards in an attic renovation. Holding up well and easy to clean. Actually used the low-lustre version of this product first but that finish was not glossy enough and seemed to pick up scuffs easily. The gloss version avoids this and looks great. Used one coat of this paint over two coats of Kilz primer on unfinished white pine. October 27, 2015
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