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Model S-G-230PP

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8 oz. #S-G-230 Startling Orange Interior/Exterior Paint Sample

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Don't choose the wrong paint color, use the Behr Premium Plus 8 oz. Startling Orange Interior/Exterior Paint Tester # S-G-230 to see exactly what a color looks like on your wall or other surface. This generous sample of flat latex paint covers up to 16 sq. ft. That's enough to use on more than 1 surface so you can see it in different rooms or different lighting.

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  • 8 oz. size allows for sampling on more than 1 surface
  • Flat sheen
  • Covers up to 16 sq. ft. for a true idea of whole-room coverage
  • Acrylic-latex formula
  • Can be tested on almost any interior or exterior surface
  • Note: On-screen and printer color representations may vary from actual colors
  • Liquid samples are not returnable but are an invaluable resource to help you select the right paint color
  • Actual paint colors may vary from on-screen and printer representations
  • Click here to use our paint calculator and estimate how much paint you need to complete your project

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Jon
Ohio
October 7, 2012
Hi, I am looking at this color for a room and i have one of the cards with the shades and when i compared the card to this, it looks like 2 totally different colors. Which of the 2 are the most accurate?
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Hi Jon,
There are many variables that will affect the way we see color including the sheen, the object that is colored (is it a computer screen, is it a paint chip?) and even the lighting conditions (ex. florescent, sunlight, incandescent). Depending on how exact you want to be before making your purchase, the most accurate way to view paint color (in descending order) is:
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Hi Jon,
There are many variables that will affect the way we see color including the sheen, the object that is colored (is it a computer screen, is it a paint chip?) and even the lighting conditions (ex. florescent, sunlight, incandescent). Depending on how exact you want to be before making your purchase, the most accurate way to view paint color (in descending order) is:
1) Purchase a quart of paint in the exact sheen and color you want to use. This will give you a smaller container of exactly what you will get in larger quantities- the sheen will be the same so the color will appear exactly as your final choice.
2) Purchase a sample jar of paint in the color you want to use. The Behr sample jars are a great way to see color applied to the surface you are painting. This means the lighting conditions and the surface texture will be the same as your final project. Behr sample jars are available in a flat sheen, so if you are choosing a much higher sheen for your project, it may have a slight effect on how you perceive the color.
3) View the color on a color chip (available in-store). The color chips are produced with a special process that closely matches the paint color. The sample is smaller and coated on paper so you will not see the effect of the wall texture by looking at a chip, however the color is very good.
4) View the color on a printed brochure or on-line. Printed brochures and online colors are produced through much different processes than paint color. Color in printed brochures or online is a good way to get an overall impression on how your color will look in a room however, it is advisable to check a color chip or a sample to confirm your choice.
Most customers find the chips and sample jars suitable for choosing colors, but all of these tools are available to help you find the right color.
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