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BEHR Premium Plus Ultra

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1-gal. Ultra Pure White Semi-Gloss Enamel Interior Paint

$33.23 /each
  • Stain-blocking paint & primer in one
  • Excellent durability & hide in fewer coats
  • Finish resists satins and scuffs

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Product Overview

The Behr Premium Plus Ultra Semi-Gloss Interior Paint and Primer in One features Nanoguard technology and a high-quality. Raw-material formulation to protect interior surfaces and provide a long-lasting easy-clean, radiant, sleek finish. The mildew-resistant combination paint and primer offers optimal coverage and cleans easily with soap and water.

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  • Suitable for use on interior walls and trim
  • Formulated for application with brushes, rollers and sprays
  • Water-based formula functions as a paint and a primer in one
  • Semi gloss sheen offers a sleek finish
  • Excellent hiding capability for great coverage
  • NANOGUARD technology provides durability and surface protection
  • Easy to clean 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, 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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Specifications

Dimensions

Container Size 
1 GA-Gallon 
Coverage Area (sq. ft.) 
400 

Details

Color Family 
Whites 
Color/Finish 
Ultra Pure White 
Dry to touch (min.) 
60 
Interior/ Exterior Paint 
Interior Paint 
Minimum Temperature for Use (F) 
50 
Paint & Primer in One 
Yes 
Paint/Stain Clean Up 
Soap & Water 
Paint/Stain Key Features 
Mildew Resistant,Tintable 
Professional Paint Supplies & Values 
Pro Supplies 
RGB Value 
250:247:245 
Returnable 
Non-Returnable 
Sheen 
Semi-Gloss 
Time before recoating (hours) 
Tint Base 
Base 1 
Transparency 
Solid 

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty 
Lifetime Limited Warranty 

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CAN THIS BE USED IN THE KITCHEN

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February 14, 2014
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Yes, this holds up to regular washing in high traffic areas.
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Semi-gloss finish works great in the kitchen. Very durable and washable.,
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Yes on walls, trim and cabinets with proper preparation-cleaning, sanding or liquid sandpaper. No more than 2 thin coats is needed once surface is porous-water is able to penetrate rather than bead up on surface.
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I would double check with sales person. If using in a kitchen, apply two coats. If you are planning on scrubbing walls to get the grease off, you want it to be durable. What ever you do...DO NOT use Dutch Boy paints, they are awful for scrub ability, the paint comes off on the rag.
My DH decided that he needed to grind the cement floor down in a room we had just painted.......Ugh!
We had to wash all the
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I would double check with sales person. If using in a kitchen, apply two coats. If you are planning on scrubbing walls to get the grease off, you want it to be durable. What ever you do...DO NOT use Dutch Boy paints, they are awful for scrub ability, the paint comes off on the rag.
My DH decided that he needed to grind the cement floor down in a room we had just painted.......Ugh!
We had to wash all the walls and ceiling from the cement dust. It washed off well even though it was just freshly painted. I went over the ceiling and walls again because we found some areas that I didn't get the first time. Good Luck
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February 11, 2015
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Yes, all rooms.
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February 22, 2014
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Yes but would not recommend it is a terrible paint get a kitchen and bath paint
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February 14, 2014
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Dear Anonymous,
BEHR PREMIUM PLUS ULTRA Interior Paint & Primer in One Semi-Gloss Enamel is an excellent choice for painting kitchens. This product delivers an easy-clean, durable finish that will withstand high traffic and everyday use. Make sure the surface is properly prepared before applying paint. Refer to back label instructions for proper preparation. Good luck with your project.
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is this a good paint to use on cabints

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October 10, 2013
one local store said this is all they have but when i was in a different store they had cabinet paint that is suppose to be better.
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Berwick, PA, USA
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October 8, 2015
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Yes, It stands up to heavy traffic areas that require a lot of washing.
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With proper preparation-need to sand and or apply liquid sandpaper. Use one coat of a primer like Kilz Adhesion Primer to ensure adhesion as most cabinets are factory finished, have oil or epoxy coatings which cause adhesion problems. Then apply 1 to 2 coats of the Behr Ultra
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March 18, 2015
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You may need to sand your cabinets or maybe even prime them before repainting them. If they recommend a cabinet paint, that is what I would use. Make sure to use a good brush and/or roller so there aren't any lines when dried. Apply two coats for durability and scrub ability.
Do Not use Dutch Boy paints for anything you want to clean, the paint comes off on the rag.
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February 24, 2015
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yes, semi gloss or gloss, make sure they are clean! I am thinking of a kithchen
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February 13, 2014
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Only use the semi gloss or gloss with high quality roller.
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February 12, 2014
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Any paint can be a good paint. It all depends on preparation. Personally, I like natural wood or stained cabinets. However, the times I've had to paint them, I use a primer first, then a latex paint. Latex is easier to clean, which makes it nice in kitchens.
Keep in mind where your cabinets will be. For example, cabinets above a stove top are subject to heat, steam, and grease. Overtime, any paint Read More
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Any paint can be a good paint. It all depends on preparation. Personally, I like natural wood or stained cabinets. However, the times I've had to paint them, I use a primer first, then a latex paint. Latex is easier to clean, which makes it nice in kitchens.
Keep in mind where your cabinets will be. For example, cabinets above a stove top are subject to heat, steam, and grease. Overtime, any paint will begin to break down due to these factors. Prime them first with a good quality latex primer, this will lock in the paint (top coat) and also protect the wood underneath. Then paint them with your choice of paint. I like Behr Premium, and in kitchens a latex enamel gloss will give you not only a great look, but also will withstand the environment better than a latex flat.
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Dear francis,
Thanks for posting your question. BEHR PREMIUM PLUS ULTRA Interior Paint & Primer in One Semi-Gloss Enamel is a good choice for painting cabinets. This product delivers an easy-clean durable finish that will withstand high traffic and everyday use. Please be sure the surface is properly cleaned and prepared before applying paint. Refer to back label instructions for proper preparation. Read More
Dear francis,
Thanks for posting your question. BEHR PREMIUM PLUS ULTRA Interior Paint & Primer in One Semi-Gloss Enamel is a good choice for painting cabinets. This product delivers an easy-clean durable finish that will withstand high traffic and everyday use. Please be sure the surface is properly cleaned and prepared before applying paint. Refer to back label instructions for proper preparation. Good luck with your project. Read Less
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Do I need to sand between coats when using this on trim and walls?

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June 18, 2014
I've primed even though this is a primer/paint. Even after priming, it is not covering well and slipping. Should I sand now? I fear the second coat won't stick if I don't.
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You should not have used a primer. This may be your problem. Some products are just not compatible with others. Use a roller.
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I have never sanding between coats unless you are desiring a super smooth finish. I sand walls at the beginning but never between coats.
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Only if you see imperfections that you want to sand away or if you let the paint dry for a week (past curing time) and wanted to apply another coat.
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not usaually, sanding is for loose material or uneven surfaces
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Dear Ellie:
Thank you for posting your question. Unfortunately we really need more information in order to respond fully and correctly. What substrate were you painting on? What was the condition of the substrate? Was it a glossy surface? Stained? Was it damaged? What product was used to prime initially?
Following back label instructions, properly preparing any surface prior to painting is important. Read More
Dear Ellie:
Thank you for posting your question. Unfortunately we really need more information in order to respond fully and correctly. What substrate were you painting on? What was the condition of the substrate? Was it a glossy surface? Stained? Was it damaged? What product was used to prime initially?
Following back label instructions, properly preparing any surface prior to painting is important. Loose paint must be removed, dirt and grease washed off and substrate allowed to dry. New stucco, plaster or masonry should cure for 30 days before painting. Also, any glossy surfaces should be scuff sanded and allowed to dry. Sanding is not required between coats. BEHR PREMIUM PLUS ULTRA can be used as a primer for properly prepared uncoated or painted interior surfaces, including woods that contain tannins to seal the surface and block stains.
If you can expand on your issues, we can add more specifics. Wishing you luck with your project.
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Maybe it wasn't covering well because its an oil paint that doesn't require a primer. Usually primer is not required unless its a bare surface that was never painted before, or if you are trying to cover patch work or stains. But now that you have the first coat on there, I doubt you will need to sand. Follow the instructions on the can carefully, pay attention to the recommended room temperature when Read More
Maybe it wasn't covering well because its an oil paint that doesn't require a primer. Usually primer is not required unless its a bare surface that was never painted before, or if you are trying to cover patch work or stains. But now that you have the first coat on there, I doubt you will need to sand. Follow the instructions on the can carefully, pay attention to the recommended room temperature when painting, and stir the paint thoroughly, before and during the painting process. If you are still having problems, then its possible the paint is defective, its not common but it can happen. I have been using Behr for a long time, their paint is a good value. Thanks, Harichand Ramsagar. Read Less
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can this be washed

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Provided that you have built up enough coats to truly cover with an adequate film, it washes easily.
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This repels water like a plastic coating. I would NOT POWER WASH it. A mop and bucket with soap would be sufficient to clean any mud or dirt off it.
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If you are using egg shell, satin, or semi-gloss finish once cured they can be wash without taking off the finish of the paint.
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The semi gloss Ultra can be washed with a wet cloth and mild detergent. Allow at least 30 days after the application of the paint to do this.
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Hello and thank you for your question. To clean a surface coated with BEHR PREMIUM PLUS ULTRA® Interior paint, simply use soap and water. Hope this helps!
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 541 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great Paint poor sq footage coverage Love the coverage on a new wall. Easy application and one coat coverage. I have used hundreds of gallons of Behr paints and will continue to but there was a problem with this paint. I have no idea why and plan on contacting Behr and HD about this but the coverage I got for the paint I bought was nowhere near what the information said. It's suppose to cover 400 square feet and I covered about 260. That's 65% of quoted amount. I've never run into this problem before and that is why I gave it a poor value rating. It was applied to a textured wall but I have done that before without using this much product. June 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Silver Screen 770E-2: Painted cabinets without primer with excellent results I was curious to find if the paint job would last if I didn't paint the builder-grade honey oak cabinets with primer first as recommended by various bloggers, tv personalities, and tradesmen. Since this cabinet was in the laundry room I figured I give it a shot; if it didn't work, then I could always distress it . Paint Application: I followed Behr's instructions on how to paint a cabinet (http://www.behr.com/consumer/how-to/interior/how-to-paint-a-cabinet) using just the PPU Interior Semi-gloss paint in Silver Screen 770E-2. In total, I applied 3 thin coats of paint to the cabinet, allowing each coat to dry at least an 1 hr in between; if I applied too much, I made sure to spread it out as evenly as could with 1" Wooster brush before it started setting in. However, I didn't manipulate the paint too much either when applying it to the cabinet; I know from past experiences if it's manipulated too much, the paint will start "bunching up" - just like when kneading bread, don't overwork it. I also used one of the bigger Crayola paint brushes in the 5pc or 6pc sets (sold at retail stores) for the stiles and the opening and to touch-up sections as needed. I was surprised that the graining pattern was still visible because sometimes paint and primer combos fill-in the graining - so this was a major plus since I like the graining but not the honey oak color. Paint Smell, Dry time: The paint barely had a smell and I believe this might be attributed to the base; the other colors (i.e. Behr's French Silver, Ethiopia, Russian Blue) used in different applications were darker, used either a medium or deep base, and had a stronger scent - not as strong as oil-based paint but definitely noticeable. In addition, this paint seemed to dry faster than the medium and darker paints as well. Paint Cleanup: Just soap and water :) Overall, I'm really pleased the cabinet has turned out well; this paint helped reduced steps (i.e. additional primer coats), dried within a reasonable amount of time, and the cabinets don't feel tacky to the touch either. Can't wait to tackle powder room cabinets in Behr Thermal S440-7 and kitchen cabinets in Behr Frost 57. October 12, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by poor coverage Required more than 2 coats on prior white surface and still can see streaks. May 13, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Doesn't stick to all surfaces We bought this product in 3 different colors and applied it to 4 different surfaces. New drywall, unfinished wood, 60 year old trim and a 60 year old wall that we had stripped the wallpaper from. It DOES NOT stick to new drywall/sheetrock or reused trim for long. It looked good for a month or two, but now every time something bumps it, it peels and nicks VERY easily. We have to completely resand the trim and repaint the entire trim and new sheetrock. I'm more frustrated with the time that this is going to take than the $130 we dropped on the paint. It's sticking to the unfinished wood really well. March 1, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Multiple Coats I recently painted two brand new french doors (not pre primed). After two coats you could still see through the paint in areas. I am not sure if it was due to the fact the doors were brand new or if was truly a paint issue. I also used it on pre-primed trim and it covered fine. The paint seemed to cover well on anything that is pre-primed. I have a cabinet to paint that is unprimed. I expect it to take two coats. It will be interesting to see how well if covers. It took a gallon to paint all my trim. However, I am headed back to purchase another gallon to complete the job this weekend. January 30, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I'm a Two-Coater The paint goes on smooth, easy clean up. I used the white on ceiling and colors on the wall. I had a gray color to use in the basement, but after putting it on the walls, I didn't like the color. Thought it might be the lights we were using, so changed them out, it looks better. It's still not the color that I saw under the lights at the store from paint sample. Will use a different color gray for the bathroom. I would recommend using two coats. We are rebuilding after a flood so it's all new construction. We textured all the walls and ceilings with a small size "bump". I feel there is better protection with two coats. And with textured walls, you can still find "white" dots on the wall where I missed with the first coat of paint coverage. Painters tape doesn't like to stick to the textured painted walls either. The yellow frog tape wouldn't stick, or stick for very long, about 2 minutes then fall off. Just thought I would give a heads up on that one. All in All, it's a good quality paint. March 18, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Coverage This paint was very thick and covered well with one coat. Use a quality brush or you will get a lot of loose bristles stuck in the paint because it is so thick. I ordered the bright white and it was very clean and very white. You need mineral spirits to clean up after using this paint. It took quite a while to completely dry, so kick everyone out of the house when you use it or you will get finger prints. I used it on a cool day and did not have the heat on. Temp was about 62 degrees inside and 55 outside, so this may have caused longer dry time. After its dry, this washed up real nice. Good sturdy paint that seems like it can take a good beating in a high traffic area. October 8, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Kovich14 I used this paint to paint discolored trim and doors in my bathroom. It covered with one coat for the most part, only requiring touch up and recoat in a few spots. The finish looks nice and bright ad didn't retain any brush or roller marks. Very pleased. January 24, 2016
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