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1-gal. Ultra Pure White 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, Exceptional hide and a brilliant, shiny appearance.

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  • Ideal for kitchens, bathrooms, cabinets, shutters, doors, furniture, garage doors, windows and trim
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  • Ultimate durability
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  • 100% acrylic
  • Mildew resistant finish
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Why isn't this sold in stores?

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Val Verde, CA
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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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Watonga, ok
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August 19, 2016
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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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August 19, 2016
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This question could be better answered by calling your local Home Depot stores. Personally I have never not seen this particular paint in stores.
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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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July 22, 2016
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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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July 22, 2016
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The plywood should be primed separately first then painted.
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July 22, 2016
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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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Monroe, LA
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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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Val Verde, CA
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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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July 9, 2016
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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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July 8, 2016
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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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July 8, 2016
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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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Does this Paint work with a Air Sprayer

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July 3, 2016
I can't seem to find any write ups on using a pneumatic sprayer, only talks about a fine soft brush...
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Works great with a sprayer. Don't put it on too thick or it'll run. Multiple thin coats are better for this paint.
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Hi Eric. I diluted this paint a little with water and sprayed some wicker furniture. It worked well.
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July 6, 2016
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Yes, an airless sprayer can be used with this paint.
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Yes you can use an airless sprayer I would recommend a .015-.019 spray tip and in my opinion would not thin but if you do use water and no more than a 1/2 pint per gallon. Keep in mind that even though this is a water based paint it does not paint like a standard water base the enamel (the part that makes it shiny, durable, and very much worth this paints use) makes application a bit different. Read More
Yes you can use an airless sprayer I would recommend a .015-.019 spray tip and in my opinion would not thin but if you do use water and no more than a 1/2 pint per gallon. Keep in mind that even though this is a water based paint it does not paint like a standard water base the enamel (the part that makes it shiny, durable, and very much worth this paints use) makes application a bit different. Regardless of your using brush or sprayer in your case a sprayer you will need at least two thin coats the enamel has issue spreading and filling all the little nooks and crannies but don't let that deter you as long as the surface has been properly prepped the finished result is well worth the little extra effort. I have used this type of paint on many projects indoors and out and highly recommend it when done people will think you spent a lot of money when in reality per gallon this paint is cheaper than most standard water based paints Read Less
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Hi Eric,
Thanks for your question! If spraying, it's recommended to use an airless sprayer with a .015" - .019" tip, and a 60 mesh filter. Hope this helps, and good luck on your project!
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 325 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 5.0 out of 5.0 by super shine ok... ok... so multiple reviews saying many different things . Let me set it straight- I can paint in my sleep. My mothers day card from my daughter said "Mom, Thanks for also teaching me that you can paint anything with a surface" I AM a painting ninja. This is the shiniest paint I've ever seen. Awesome glass like finish. I AM a paint snob and usually never buy Depot paint. I only buy Sherwin williams . However- I was desperate to finish my newly remodeled bath trim and SW was closed. I bought a quart of the stuff. At first I didn't like it. It does not self level like some of the other higher end paints. You DO need a GOOD brush. After going through 3/4 the quart and coating my trim three times I started to fall in love. It was way shinier than my expensive gloss paint. I learned to work with this paint. This is not a beginner paint. It does require even weighted brush strokes and leveling the paint yourself. But it will produce a beautiful finish if you hang in there. If you are not an expert I recommend priming first or use a satin or matte then finish with the gloss. Load your brush well because it is thick, then work gently at the brushload you dropped back and forth in even weighted strokes. I just bought a gallon to redo all of my other trim. Happy painting! May 12, 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
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great quality paint We always use Behr paint. Great quality and coverage July 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by paint Kinda Expensive but goes a long way covers new wood easily with one coat not as shiny as I wanted but looks good July 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Trim paint My crew have no complaints about the quality or the results of this product. August 10, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Ulta Pure White Hi-Gloss Enamel Interior/Exterior Paint. I love this brand. I've not used it yet, but when I do, I know I will love it. August 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Love this stuff! I have this inside and outside my house love it. It is the most durable paint I have ever used. July 14, 2016
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