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BEHR Premium Plus 2 gal. Popcorn Flat Interior Texture Paint
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BEHR Premium Plus

2 gal. Popcorn Flat Interior Texture Paint

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The BEHR Premium Plus 2 gal. Flat Popcorn Interior Texture Paint is great for use on new and properly-prepared ceilings in living rooms, dining rooms, bedrooms, hallways and kitchens. This splatter-resistant paint features a fiber-reinforced formula and provides great hiding for surface imperfections.

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  • Suitable for use on interior ceilings
  • For application with a roller
  • Water-based formula resists splattering and is reinforced with interwoven fibers for durability
  • Popcorn finish with a flat sheen helps to mask surface imperfections
  • Great hiding capabilities for good coverage
  • 1 container covers up to 100 sq. ft.
  • Cleans with soap and water for your convenience
  • 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

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"Smooth flat finish"...Can I assume when painted on that it leaves a finish similar to a skim coat as in flat surface.

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Hi peggy, Thank you for your question. Yes, you can achieve a finish similar to a skim coat with our Smooth Flat Finish. Please refer to the label for application instructions. For a skim coat finish, the product will need to be knocked down after the initial application.
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Did you discontinue this product in puerto rico

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June 7, 2016
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot, Gonga. This paint is only carried in select Home Depot stores, if it is not carried in your local store a specialist in the Paint Department may be able to special order it for you. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot.
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Has this product been discontinued?

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Has this product been discontinued? If so, what has replaced it?
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Dear Anonymous,
Thank you very much for your question. BEHR PREMIUM PLUS® Texture Paint has been discontinued in many of the Home Depot stores across the United States. You will need to contact or visit your local Home Depot store to see if they still carry the product. As far as a replacement product, there are other texture products in the paint department at Home Depot. You may want to ask the paint Read More
Dear Anonymous,
Thank you very much for your question. BEHR PREMIUM PLUS® Texture Paint has been discontinued in many of the Home Depot stores across the United States. You will need to contact or visit your local Home Depot store to see if they still carry the product. As far as a replacement product, there are other texture products in the paint department at Home Depot. You may want to ask the paint associate to recommend a product that will best support your needs.
Thank you and good luck on your project! Read Less
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what is the best way to remove sand paint from the ceiling

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January 21, 2014
I need to remove some of the sand paint so I can retape the sheet rock. I will reapply the sand paint and repaint the entire ceiling
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Dear birb,
Thank you very much for your question. As stated in a previous answer by Home Depot, sanding is a very good way to remove the older sand texture paint. Sanding will be able to remove the paint, leaving behind a smooth drywall surface for re-taping.
Given a sand texture paint is usually a very thick paint film, another alternative is to remove the older excess paint with putty knife. Read More
Dear birb,
Thank you very much for your question. As stated in a previous answer by Home Depot, sanding is a very good way to remove the older sand texture paint. Sanding will be able to remove the paint, leaving behind a smooth drywall surface for re-taping.
Given a sand texture paint is usually a very thick paint film, another alternative is to remove the older excess paint with putty knife. Scrapping the texture paint off the drywall may be less messy and eliminate a lot of unwanted sanding dust. Ultimately, you may need a combination of scrapping and sanding to complete the project.
If you do scrap or sand, for your safety please be sure to wear the proper respiratory and safety equipment. The back label of BEHR PREMIUM PLUS® Sand Texture Paint will have proper safety recommendations for sanding or scrapping. Thank you. Read Less
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January 22, 2014
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Hello Birb,
The best way to remove the sand texture is to sand it off. It will cause lots of dust, so be sure to cover furniture and the floors. We sell a manual sander that can be attached to an extension pole (link below). That will make it easier to sand!
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Wal-Board-Tools-3-1-4-in-x-9-1-4-in-Pole-Sander-Head-88-005/100392838
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Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 71 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good Solution, Better Than Spray On Can Tried this stuff after I used the spray on texture, which looked terrible. My popcorn ceilings had been professionally sprayed on so I wasn't expecting a miracle when using the Behr product. I was actually surprised at the resulits, not an exact match by any means but definitely far better results than with the spray on texture. Unless you are trying to match really extreme, large textured popcorn I wouldn't use a loop roller as suggested....I started off with the loop roller but ended up using a standerd roller designed for rough surfaces, had a much better result. I patched a pretty large area (6' X 6') and it came out looking solid, would work even better for smaller patch jobs. September 7, 2010
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best Purchase Ever This paint was just what I was looking for, there were blank spots on my ceiling where the paint was falling off, I used kilz on each and every spot, after they all dried I painted them with this texture paint, I tried to use a roller, but it became too heavy, so I tossed the roller and used a very good brush and covered every spot, my ceiling now looks brand spanking new. I am so proud of myself I am 70 years old and I did it all by myself, up and down the latter. I covered about 12 spots, and it looks GOOD. this paint is the balm. to those of you who have the old fashion popcorn ceiling try this texture and just cover the spots. to remove the whole ceiling can be very expensive and will cause a lot of dust. so try painting over the spots, I think you will be happy. October 13, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by do not,,i repeat do not buy this stuff i read reviews figured what i have too lose ,,guess what i lost valuable time with this product,, the stuff is junk its globby mess flys all over rhe place ,,my advice use either the texture stuff additive that mixs in your paint this way u can decide how texture you want it ,,,also i alittle hint if want sand look in ceilimg paint ,,get play sand or go to beach n get the fine sand there n add to your paint,,be way cheaper and works well,, thats how did the sand paint thing in old days my father told me that i should of listened to him,,, try either or but not this stuff July 21, 2013
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Paint with Texture The product itself is great and created an even amount of texture. We had to blend a NEW wall with previously textured walls, and they blended good. One downfall to the product is it came in two gallon amounts only, and i needed less than a gallon for one wall. It would have been more convenient to have a product added to my gallon of chosen paint. I purchased the behr brand paint originally because it is a SINGLE COAT paint, but with the texture in two gallons, they can not add paint to it, so I ended up paying more for the single coat paint, and still had to do two applications. February 1, 2008
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Cheaper than spray texture but not as good. It is much harder to use than regular paint. A lot goes a little way as someone previously said. However, for under $30 I covered my bathroom ceiling. It isn't perfect my any sense, but it does the job. You have to work hard to get it to come out even and then it still is pretty think. I used a semi-rough roller that seemed to work ok. With any roller it will be MESSY! Cover EVERYTHING! I think this would work well for small patch jobs of less than a square foot. July 22, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Looks GREAT! My first attempt looked OK when I rolled it on. But I decided to try putting it on with a hopper gun. I set the air pressure at 40 PSI and thinned the paint with approx 1 cup of water. This looks GREAT! I'm removing old popcorn and this is what will be throughout my house. It took me a month working with different textures and techniques, this is the easiest. The toughest part was taping everything and covering the floor. I had my master bedroom re-textured a few years ago. Not only does my work look better than the knockdown, but cost a FRACTION of the cost. The only problem I have is my compressor is only 6 gallon, so I have to stop and let the compressor catch up. But with the money I'm saving I'm getting a much bigger compressor tomorrow. The best part is "MY WIFE LOVES IT"! October 1, 2011
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Sand paint Ok so it works but it flys every we're.i used a brush and did one brush stroke at a time then blended it in ..it's very SLOW and messy .take your time and work the sand to blend it together so you don't see brush marks ...and good luck October 28, 2012
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Horrible way to paint a ceiling! This product is horrible to use! It is messy, messy, messy. No matter how careful you are, you WILL get more paint on the floor ( and yourself) than you will on the ceiling. It is difficult to work with and not at all what I had expected from a Behr paint. I used an indoor primer for the ceiling and followed the instructions as listed on the ceiling paint label. However, it seemed that the popcorn paint would not adhere to the primed ceiling. Allow yourself as much time for clean-up as you do for painting your ceiling with this product, as it gets on EVERYTHING. Even though I had all furniture and surfaces covered when I painted my ceiling, I still had an almost 2 hour clean-up afterward. I enjoy painting, but this project -- with this product- was a nightmare. I would not recommend it to anyone. April 28, 2011
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