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BEHR Premium Plus Ultra

Model S-H-130U

Internet #202180625

8 oz. #S-H-130 Red Red Wine Interior/Exterior Paint Sample

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Try a color before you paint the entire room with the Behr Ultra 8 oz. Red Red Wine Interior/Exterior Paint Tester # S-H-130. It offers a generous sample of quality paint to try on nearly any surface in your home. The paint and primer in 1 has a low-VOC formula and a flat sheen, and 16 sq. ft. of coverage gives you a large testing area to view.

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I purchased Behr Red Red Wine paint 4 years ago and used it to paint the wooden porch swing. Just reopened the can, now looks pink. No longer good?

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Kelly
Vermont
July 12, 2013
Does this color of paint in the can become pink over time? I stirred it and shook it good. I was going to give my porch swing a fresh coat after these few years as some of the old paint has chipped.
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Dear Kelly:
Thanks for posting your question. How long a paint lasts in the can depends on a lot of factors like tight seal, temperature fluctuation, lighting, colorant oxidation, etc. Internally, we typically start reviewing any inventory after 2 years. After shaking the paint thoroughly, you may want to test the product in an inconspicuous area to see how the dry paint film appears. If the color still Read More
Dear Kelly:
Thanks for posting your question. How long a paint lasts in the can depends on a lot of factors like tight seal, temperature fluctuation, lighting, colorant oxidation, etc. Internally, we typically start reviewing any inventory after 2 years. After shaking the paint thoroughly, you may want to test the product in an inconspicuous area to see how the dry paint film appears. If the color still seems off, we recommend buying a quart or small amount of new paint for retouching for maximum satisfaction.
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