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BEHR Premium Plus Ultra 8 oz. #190D-5 Peony Pink Interior/Exterior Paint Sample
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BEHR Premium Plus Ultra

8 oz. #190D-5 Peony Pink Interior/Exterior Paint Sample

$2.94 /each

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Find just the right color with the BEHR Ultra 8 oz. Peony Pink Interior/Exterior Paint and Primer in One Tester # 190D-5. This tester provides up to 16 sq. ft. of coverage to help you give the color a test run before you paint. This high-performance paint-and-primer combination, boosted by BEHR's NANOGUARD technology, provides exceptional coverage in just a few coats.

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  • 8 oz. ready-to-go tester is all you need to test the color
  • Flat sheen
  • Covers up to 16 sq. ft.
  • High-performance paint-and-primer combination with BEHR’s NANOGUARD technology helps save time and offers outstanding coverage in just a few coats
  • 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
  • GREENGUARD Certified products are certified to GREENGUARD standards for low chemical emissions into indoor air during product usage. For more information, visit ul.com/gg.



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how many cartons do i have to buy if i have a 12' by 17' room and a 14' by 9' room

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Hi Aerrg,
One gallon of Behr Premium Plus or Behr Premium Plus Ultra will provide enough paint for one coat of product for between 250 and 400 square feet. The reason there is a range is that the spread rate will vary depending on what you are painting. Paint will go further on smooth, sealed surfaces and, as you would expect, you will need more paint for rough, porous or textured surfaces. Your Read More
Hi Aerrg,
One gallon of Behr Premium Plus or Behr Premium Plus Ultra will provide enough paint for one coat of product for between 250 and 400 square feet. The reason there is a range is that the spread rate will vary depending on what you are painting. Paint will go further on smooth, sealed surfaces and, as you would expect, you will need more paint for rough, porous or textured surfaces. Your application tools and technique will also have some affect on the spread rate as well.
The one measurement that is missing (and necessary for an accurate estimate) is the height of your wall.
I am going to calculate based on a 10 foot high wall (since many rooms have 8-10 foot high ceilings). In the first room, two of your walls are 12 feet wide and 10 feet (est.) high. (12 ft X 10 ft. = 120 sq ft. X 2 walls = 240 sq.ft.). The other two walls are 17 ft. wide X 10 ft. (est.) high. (17 ft X 10 ft = 170 sq.ft X 2 walls = 340 sqft.) Add the two together and you have a total of 580 sq.ft. of wall surface in room #1. Now, some of this wall surface may be covered by built-ins, and some is not "paintable wall" such as windows. If your walls are relatively smooth and in good condition two gallons of paint will allow you to paint one coat on the wall.
Assuming the second room also has 10 foot ceilings, the first two walls are 14 ft wide X 10 ft. high. (14 ft X 10 ft = 140 square feet X 2 walls = 280 sq ft.). The other two walls are 9 ft X 10 ft. (9 ft X 10 ft = 90 square feet X 2 wall = 180 square feet.) Add the two together and you have 460 square feet of wall surface. Again, assuming some of the wall is not "paintable", and your surface is relatively smooth and in good condition, one gallon of paint plus one quart will allow you one coat on the wall.
The number of coats you will need is determined by a number of factors, including the color you are covering, the texture and porosity of the wall and the new color. There is a paint calculator available on Behr.com that will allow you to input room dimensions to yield a paint quantity estimate.
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