Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 85
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Sue Wish we never used it!
Attracts dirt like no other paint! We found it difficult to apply,
October 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by StuccoAngel Save your stucco home without the "total ripoff"!
Elastomer's are nature's gift for stucco homeowners. They can be stretched to many times their original length, and can bounce back into their original shape without permanent deformation. Thus they seal hair line cracks and keep water from absorbing through your stucco.
Of course, you must first have any damage repaired, leaks corrected, and proper flashings and sealants applied before applying this elastomeric coating.
Use 2 coats, by hand with a heavy nap roller 1 1/4" and apply on separate days for maximum thickness.
The cost to remove and replace all stucco from a home is often well over $200,000 whereas the cost to repair and seal it could be in the $10K to $40k range depending on the amount of damage that has occured.
June 9, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by apfco Better than regular house paint
The spread rate was better than the specifications prescribed in spite of the fact that I applied the paint quite liberally. With the two prescribed coats the fireplace/chimney looks really great even at an age of 62 years.
August 3, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by tar167 Waited two weeks and it did not cure entirely
I tried this product on a small section of our concrete block barn. I was influenced by all of the great reviews and wanted a paint that was breathable and flexible. I scraped the previously painted surface of the block and cleaned with a TSP. I did not use a primer because of the vast surface area I was painting- it would have made a laborious project almost unbearable. I was told by a Behr associate and a HD employee that primer was not needed for this product. I waited 2 weeks for full cure after applying two coats on a 4 x 4 surface to test. It remained tacky and I could dig my nails into it and peel it off. I ended up using Sherwin Williams Loxon acrylic conditioner to minimize chalkiness and Duration exterior over it. I am very pleased thus far and it cured completely within a day.
October 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by zeakez Silverado Spur is the perfect color for foundation of house with white siding
After two other failed color choices, Silverado Spur ended up being perfect. Even though they don't sell this paint in the store they do have the paint swatches and I would recommend getting the swatches before buying this paint. I wasted a lot of money on the other colors. Silverado Spur was a very close match to the natural color of my foundation and the quality of the paint is very good. I am very happy with how it turned out. I primed 1st with Behr Concrete and Masonry Primer. Pictures attached are Silverado Spur vs. Cobblestone Gray and then all Silverado Spur.
May 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by None Great product
It took a while before I actually used this paint, I first washed the surface with tsp then yesterday I applied the first coat of paint. It went on smooth with no dripping, the paint was very thick and it did fill in all the plaster cracks as advertised couldn't be happier. We will see down the line how the cracks stay closed.i am so far a happy camper
October 13, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by zeakez Silver Gray Pebble is too light for foundation on house with white siding
The quality of this paint is very good, but the color Silver Gray Pebble is a very very light gray, almost white.
May 17, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by zeakez Cobblestone Grey has a blue tint, did not go well with my white siding.
This paint has been great for painting my foundation. It is thick and goes on very easily and looks good. I started out with Silver Gray Pebble and it was way too light for my white siding. Next I tried Cobblestone Gray because I liked the pictures that I had seen on the reviews here, but it looked blue. Next I bought Silverado Spur which is more tan/gray than blue/gray and it is PERFECT. Silverado Spur ended up being very close to the natural color of my foundation, but gives it a fresh clean look. I am very happy with how it turned out. I wasted a lot of money on the other two colors, but now that I've found the perfect color I am very happy. The pictures I have included are: lightest color is Silver Gray Pebble, then blue/gray is Cobblestone Gray, then half Cobblestone Gray half Silverado Spur and then last is Silverado Spur. Notice the difference between painted front and unpainted side.
May 17, 2016