BEHR Premium Plus

Model 805001

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1-gal. #1857 Frost Hi-Gloss Enamel Interior/Exterior Paint

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BEHR Premium Plus Interior/Exterior Hi-Gloss Enamel is 100% Acrylic, provides a mildew resistant finish and is great for high-use surfaces. This tough, stain resistant sheen withstands moisture and wear; provides ultimate durability and exceptional hide. The finish displays a brilliant, shiny appearance.

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  • Ideal for kitchens, bathrooms, cabinets, shutters, doors, furniture, garage doors, windows and trim
  • 100% acrylic finish for easy cleaning
  • Dependable and tough finish that displays a brilliant shiny appearance
  • Covers 250 - 400 sq. ft. per gallon
  • Easy soap and water clean-up
  • Exceptional latex formula provides a mildew resistant finish
  • Self priming finish that seals the surface
  • Actual paint colors may vary from on-screen and printer representations
  • GREENGUARD Certified products are certified to GREENGUARD standards for low chemical emissions into indoor air during product usage. For more information, visit ul.com/gg.
  • Online Price includes Paint Care fee in the following states: CA, CO, CT, ME, MN, OR, RI, VT
  • Click here to use our paint calculator and estimate how much paint you need to complete your project

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Why the label reads Enamel and under description it says !00% Acrylic?

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August 29, 2016
Is this Enamel or Acrylic base, or is it mixed Enamel Acrylic?
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Watonga, ok
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The "vehicle type" is 100% acrylic or the part of the paint that forms the protective barrier yet remains breathable. The enamel is part of the hi gloss enamel which performs a few functions first the sheen hi gloss enamel provides the hi gloss sheen in addition aids the acrylic in providing highly durable washable surface that dries hard and shiny
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August 29, 2016
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This product is acrylic based enamel.
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This question is from 1-gal. Ultra Pure White Hi-Gloss Enamel Interior/Exterior Paint
 
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Why isn't this sold in stores?

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August 20, 2016
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I bought my paint at the store. Maybe they don't stock it at the store you go to.
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It depends on where you live and which store you are looking into. As for why exactly I am not sure I have purchased both the hi gloss white and hi gloss black in a store in Oklahoma city
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How would i go about painting sanded plywood?

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July 21, 2016
I want it to turn out glossy black and as smooth as possible. Do I need to prime the plywood first or are there high gloss paints with primer in them? Thanks.
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Val Verde, CA
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August 20, 2016
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I would prime the wood first. My recommendation is to use the original Oil based Kilz. It goes on smoother and will give you a good surface to apply the paint.
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Prime it with a good, sandable, primer I would recommend buulseye123 available at your local Home Depot. Prime then sand then prime then sand finishing with a 220 grit sandpaper. After drying apply the enamel with a foam roller let it dry then apply a second coat. This enamel paint does not go on like a standard water base latex so expect to apply at least two coats I would recommend a third just to Read More
Prime it with a good, sandable, primer I would recommend buulseye123 available at your local Home Depot. Prime then sand then prime then sand finishing with a 220 grit sandpaper. After drying apply the enamel with a foam roller let it dry then apply a second coat. This enamel paint does not go on like a standard water base latex so expect to apply at least two coats I would recommend a third just to ensure that glass finish. Read Less
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Hi Kenny,
We do recommend priming the plywood first for best results. We do not have a high gloss paint with a primer in it, sorry about that!
Best of luck,
Cecille
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Can you use this trim paint to cover oil based paint?

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July 7, 2016
I thought this was oil based paint and painted the trim in a few rooms in my house last night. I went to clean it up with paint thinner and noticed that it was not oil based. Will this paint stay on trim that has been painted with oil based paint in the past? I did not prime the surface prior to painting, I just sanded it and wiped it off.

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If the old oil based paint is old and dried, you shouldn't have problems with the oil gassing out of the paint. If the new paint has a good grip on the surface, you don't have to worry about the paint coming off. I've been told that these new water based paints are as durable as the old oil based, but based on my experience, I think the old oil based paints are more durable.
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Hi Chris. Yes - you should have primed the area prior to painting with the water-based paint. However, if you succeeded in sanding off the oil paint shine you may luck out. I'd wait and see whether the new paint holds up before doing anything else.
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I would not recommend it the result would be peeling paint in a short amount of time. To stick with the water based enamel you will first need to sand the gloss from the oil base and then prime. Something I have done with good results to save work is use bullseye 123 primer ( available at Home Depot) it can stick to glossy surfaces without all the sanding oil based paints are becoming increasingly Read More
I would not recommend it the result would be peeling paint in a short amount of time. To stick with the water based enamel you will first need to sand the gloss from the oil base and then prime. Something I have done with good results to save work is use bullseye 123 primer ( available at Home Depot) it can stick to glossy surfaces without all the sanding oil based paints are becoming increasingly difficult to find and more more expensive the little extra work now could save you in the long run. Oil based paints typically yellow over time and have to be coated every 2 to 5 years. Read Less
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you certainly can do that but i would absolutely advise against it. While it may look fantastic for a couple of years there is always the risk that it will easily peel off or just flake off because of the oil based paint below it.
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Hello Chris,
We appreciate your question. When going over an existing oil-based paint with this Hi-Gloss paint of ours, we would recommend first priming. However, if you've sufficient adhesion, coverage, and a nice finish at this point, it's okay to leave it as is. Also, for future reference, our Hi-Gloss paint is soap and water cleanup. Well wishes for your project!
-Joshua
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 290 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Good Value It is difficult to provide a rating on newly applied paint. This paint was purchased to repaint an existing railing on our deck. I can say the paint was easy to apply and covered well, however, it was white over white. The job looked good when completed. Only time will tell how long the new coat of paint will look like a new coat of paint and how well it will resist mildew with our New England weather. Perhaps the story will be completed next spring after going through the winter. I will say the price was right and I will add that this paint was much easier to apply compared with a competitor's paint that had the primer included in the paint. August 2, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Pretty Good The paint itself is not bad. It cost more than average paint, which I guess is to be expected since it is for use outdoors. It is defined as Hi Gloss, and I was using it to paint my garage door area where paint had been chipped away and wood was exposed, however it is not nearly as glossy as the previous paint that was on it. Very noticeable difference (at least to me, because I'm the homeowner). I would have tried another one, but seeing how I paid extra for this specific paint I decided not to. In sum, while it does have gloss to it, it most likely will not be as glossy as you expect August 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I was very please with this paint I had a wall with trim and both came out very good with the same paint. The gloss was different with the sheetrock finish and the trim finish. It was so nice and I am a hard person to please. September 7, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to apply. Good coverage. This high gloss finish applied very easily and looks great. Easy cleanup also. August 31, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great finish! Great product!! Interior Abe exterior trim and doors look fabulous!! September 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by excellent easy smooth application. dries consistently. lives up to its claims. August 24, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Cleans up easy This is a very thick paint but even with that it does not cover very well. I was covering a light blue and it took 2 coats to do this on the trim. When I removed the painters tape the paint was so thick I had to cut the paint in order to get the tape off and even with that it still was so thick it pulled all the paint off that the tape was not even touching. I had to go back with a very small brush and try to fix the places where the paint was pulled off. August 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Remember primer Product is great , has a good gloss to it. Easy to clean easy to apply . Mdf 4x8 took 3 coats to apply . Coat one was transparent , coat two was semi transparent and coat three was soild white . August 16, 2016
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