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1-gal. #ECC-45-1 Deer Run Zero VOC Satin Enamel Interior Paint

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BEHR Premium Plus Zero VOC, Self-Priming Interior Satin Enamel is 100% acrylic and provides a mildew resistant finish. This versatile, easy-clean sheen provides ultimate durability and exceptional hide. The finish displays a pearl-like appearance.

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  • Ideal for family rooms, living rooms, dining rooms, bedrooms, kids’ rooms, hallways, kitchens, bathrooms, doors, windows, trim, cabinets, shutters and interior furniture
  • 100% acrylic finish for easy cleaning
  • Versatile and strong finish that displays a pearl-like appearance
  • Exceptional hide, 1 can covers up to 400 sq. ft. depending on color selected and surface porosity
  • 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
  • Online Price includes Paint Care fee in the following states: CA, CO, CT, ME, MN, OR, RI, VT

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What colors combine well with Sandpoint?

This question is from 1-gal. #270E-2 Sandpoint Zero VOC Satin Enamel Interior Paint
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Golden CO
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December 20, 2015
I once found a webpage in the Home Depot site that showed complementary colors. I can't find it now. What's the secret?
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December 28, 2015
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Hello and thanks for your question. You can use our Behr ColorSmart tool to find complementary colors using this link: http://homedepot.colorsmartbybehr.com/paintstore/
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s this paint Oder free

This question is from 1-gal. #PMD-10 Equator Glow Zero VOC Satin Enamel Interior Paint
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August 30, 2014
is this paint Oder free
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September 3, 2014
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Dear John,
Thank you very much for your question. As stated in a previous answer to you, BEHR PREMIUM PLUS® Interior Paint is a low odor formula, but not completely odorless.
Thank you and good luck with your project!
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August 30, 2014
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This Behr paint isn't completely odor-free compared to other paints, but it does have less odor than most.
If you really want to eliminate the odor in any paint you buy (including this one), simply add vanilla extract or a similar additive sold at your local paint store that can enhance and not give the paint a foul odor.
Joseph
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Color-matching old Behr custom colors

This question is from 1-gal. Medium Base Satin Enamel Zero VOC Interior Paint
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Mix_and_Match
Northern Utah
October 11, 2012
Twelve years ago, I painted the walls of my house with Behr Pure Premium Interior Satin Enamel paint, with quart-size formula (converted to 384ths of an ounce) of:
Ultra-Pure White: B lamp black 84, C yellow oxide 208, E thalo blue 12, F red oxide 16.
I'm trying to touch up some areas and want to get as close as possible. I was told you've changed to new colorants. I was told the tint load was too much for Ultra-Pure White and I need to also switch bases, to Medium. None of five computer matches of the old paint specified the original tints; they were (quarts, Pure Premium, Satin Enamel):
Medium Base (384ths): BL 60, CL 124, FL 8
Medium Base (384ths): BL 60, CL 135, RL 27
Medium Base (384ths): BL 14, CL 82, LL 253
Ultra-Pure White Base (384ths): CL 35, DL 1, LL 114
Ultra-Pure White Base (384ths): BL 4, CL 37, LL 93.
The first one, which at least had 3 of the original 4 type of tints, wasn't a close match at all. Trial-and-error so far has led to BL 57, CL 127, EL 7, FL 10, which is too dark, and BL 55, CL 125, EL 7, FL 11, which is also too dark. Can you recommend a way forward?

My ceilings are painted with one-quarter of the wall paint colorants (that is, per quart, twelve-year-old Ultra-Pure White satin enamel, B lamp black 21, C yellow oxide 52, E thalo blue 3, F red oxide 4). Once I get a match for the wall paint, will using a quarter of that for the ceiling match the current ceiling, or will the differences in bases cause a mismatch? If the latter, what would be the best way to use the wall match to help match the ceiling?
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Hi Mix_and_Match,
There are a number of variables that will affect how visible or invisible a "touch-up will appear on the wall.
Color:
It is always best to use a small amount of paint from your original project if possible. Although usually minor, differences in color and sheen can occur. In your case, you completed your project over 12 years ago. Even if you had successfully stored your leftover
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Hi Mix_and_Match,
There are a number of variables that will affect how visible or invisible a "touch-up will appear on the wall.
Color:
It is always best to use a small amount of paint from your original project if possible. Although usually minor, differences in color and sheen can occur. In your case, you completed your project over 12 years ago. Even if you had successfully stored your leftover paint for that amount of time, it may be likely that your walls have slight color variations due to UV exposure through windows, environmental exposure and contact with cleaning agents that may affect the color over the long term.
And yes, you are correct. Behr has introduced new, high strength, Low VOC colorants. The colors from the Behr Color System introduced in 2003 have been reformulated using the new colorants so that you are able to purchase the same color.
There may be other factors in play that also affecting the "touch up" match.
Sheen
In general, flatter sheens minimize touch-up areas and higher sheens are more difficult to touch-up flawlessly. Shiner sheens such as Satin and Semi-Gloss reflect light and so it is noticeable when one small area has more material (paint) than the rest of the wall- you can see the edge. Professional painters use a technique where they feather the edge of a touch up. Essentially, paint is applied to the middle of the repair or touch up area and using decreasing brush pressure, the edge is tapered so less paint overlaps onto the previous surface.
Surface Porosity
Next, if you are painting a patched area, you may need to spot prime or use a primer coat of paint and primer in one. Patching materials are more porous than drywall or previously coated surfaces and may require sealing otherwise the topcoat will soak in creating the perception of color and sheen differences..
Tools
Next, use the same tools and application method as you had used previously. Rollers leave an obviously different surface profile than brushes. For instance, if you previously rolled the paint on the wall with a roller, using a brush for the touch-up may build more material over the patched spot creating a visible edge, so you should touch up with a roller. You can minimize the edge by lightly feathering out the touch-up with the roller (as described above).
Depending on how large of an area you are trying to touch-up, the quickest way to a flawless surface is to roll a new coat of paint over the entire wall.
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