Model # GCN3070-01

Internet #202188704

Store SKU #140150

Glidden 1 gal. Bright White Interior Flat EZ Track Ceiling Paint
0022367568702

Glidden

1 gal. Bright White Interior Flat EZ Track Ceiling Paint

$2098 /each

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Product Overview

With a latex formula that goes on pink and dries white, the EZ Track 1 gal. Flat Ceiling Paint is designed to help you track where you have painted for an easy ceiling-painting process. The uniform-finish paint is ideal for use on indoor ceilings in rooms with white-on-white and low-light situations.

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  • Use on interior ceilings
  • For application with rollers, brushes and sprayers
  • Latex formula dries quickly and is low odor and low volatile organic compound (VOC)
  • Flat sheen offers an even finish
  • 1-container covers up to 250 sq. ft.
  • EZ Track technology goes on pink and dries bright white to help you track your painting
  • Cleans with soap and water for your convenience
  • Resists mildew growth to maintain a pristine appearance
  • Actual paint colors may vary from on-screen and printer representations
  • Online price includes PaintCare fee in the following states: CA, CO, CT, MN, OR, RI, VT
  • Note: product may vary by store
  • Click here to use our paint calculator and estimate how much paint you need to complete your project

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Customer Questions & Answers

Can it b tinted

Asked by: Adt
Yes, I had mine tinted and turned out good!
Answered by: Milandra
Date published: 2017-01-26

how much does 1 gallon cover

Asked by: Anonymous
For me, I have a 1/8th of a gallon left after a 3X12 ft hallway, and a 15X12ft living room. Seemed like it took a lot of paint, but you get much better coverage if you use a primer first. Hoping I have enough left over to touch up blotchy areas.
Answered by: Mark12211
Date published: 2015-11-08

Can it b tinted

Asked by: Adr
No we cannot tint this paint.
Answered by: Glidden Product Expert
Date published: 2016-10-12

Painted my bathroom ceiling looks great when you shower turns pink?? Will this cure and stop?? Or do I have to repaint??

Asked by: Paintlady
Gliddent says to shorten your showers and anything that will create moisture in the room until the pink goes away for good. They have no idea how much time it takes to resolve this issue as every case is probably different. Whatever you do, do not paint over the paint as this creates more moisture and continues to turn pink. Somehow Gladden found a way to ruin the ceiling.
Answered by: BT
Date published: 2017-05-01
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Customer Reviews

1 gal. Bright White Interior Flat EZ Track Ceiling Paint is rated 2.7 out of 5 by 71.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Never Ever use this paint. Let me repeat. NEVER NEVER EVER USE THIS PAINT!!!!! Yes, some peopl... Never Ever use this paint. Let me repeat. NEVER NEVER EVER USE THIS PAINT!!!!! Yes, some people have used it with no problems but if you have plaster, or live in a humid climate (Florida) you might be sorry. And I mean real sorry. Here's the deal. It goes on pink. It might stay pink. It might turn white and then turn pink on a rainy day when you leave your windows open. If you put it in your bathroom you will have a pink ceiling forever. Fact is, it isn't worth the risk. If you don't have a problem then you think OK.... but if you do you the only way to fix it is tear out your ceiling or skim coat the hole think and re-texture. Is it worth it? Your choice.
Date published: 2017-02-23
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This sounded like a great idea. The sheen or lack of was too flat for my taste. It went on very b... This sounded like a great idea. The sheen or lack of was too flat for my taste. It went on very blotchy, so after 1.5 years I decided to repaint the ceiling. I chose a Behr paint in a shade of white satin that matched the woodwork in the room. The new paint turned tan. I tried a different shade of white which I have used on the woodwork in other rooms. The second shade of white turned tan also. I painted a test spot with a Behr primer and then with the first shade of white and the paint turned a lighter shade of tan. I don't know what to do. I certainly can't sell my house with this mess on the ceiling.
Date published: 2017-03-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Avoid this paint at all cost. It is terrible. The coverage is terrible. I though maybe it was my ... Avoid this paint at all cost. It is terrible. The coverage is terrible. I though maybe it was my rolling technique, watched some youtube videos and redid the ceiling twice. The output is always the same. It is just cheap paint. I now will redo with another paint from another company
Date published: 2017-06-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I would typically not write a review for anything....but I primed, and still had to use 3 coats t... I would typically not write a review for anything....but I primed, and still had to use 3 coats to get a halfway decent finish. Worse now, we are trying to sell the house and buyers first question in the door is about the ceiling.
Date published: 2017-03-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Don't use in bathroom Painted bathroom ceilings looked great but every time you shower the ceiling turns pink. use another white paint. Do not recommend for bathrooms.
Date published: 2013-05-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Be prepared for a long drying time if your ceiling is textured First I want to make it very clear that while not a professional, I have painted hundreds of apartment ceilings over the past 50+ years. A close friend owns 1400 apartment units and around the first of the month many change occupants, requiring an expedient,, but quality painting. When there are too many units for the company painters to handle, he and I reach for our brushes and rollers. 1st, when painting a ceiling, make absolutely certain that you have quality drop cloths. DO NOT skimp! Paint will penetrate a cheap drop cloth and go right to the carpet. If you don't want to invest in a quality drop cloth, buy a roll of 6 ml. poly vapor barrier. The last thing you want is to have to replace your carpeting because the paint saturated your cheap drop cloth. If you are painting a textured ceiling that has never been painted before, you have my most sincere sympathy. Unless you want texture to adhere to your roller time after time and destroy the look of the ceiling, you must use an oil base primer before using Glidden White Flat EZ. I recommend Kilz Original http://www.homedepot.com/p/KILZ-ORIGINAL-1-gal-White-Low-VOC-Oil-Based-Interior-Primer-Sealer-and-Stain-Blocker-10936/100131137 Latex paint will "draw" at the texture and will create a very messy problem. Your Home Depot "paint expert" may tell you that this is an unnecessary step, but if you skip it, I assure you that you'll have a mess and a major project to repair. The long and short: Some ceiling textures are applied with a latex sealer that will not allow the "popcorn" finish to draw when a latex paint is applied. Most, however, have been applied with a water base formulation, not all that dissimilar from cheap water based sheet rock mud. Add moisture and it falls apart. Unless you are absolutely positive that your textured ceiling.has either been previously painted or that the texture was applied with a sealer, you must prime the ceiling with an oil based primer. The oil based primer will not draw at the texture. The oil based sealer will need at least a full day to properly dry. It may say 30-60 minutes on the can. Don't believe it for a second! The last thing you want to do is apply a water based paint over a wet oil based paint. Caution:The Kilz primer I recommend is advertised as low odor. It is low-ER odor. This iteration has far less odor than the Original Kilz, but it still is by no means odor free. On the can of Glidden Flat EZ Track, it says drying time is usually less than one hour. If you are painting a textured ceiling, drying time is several hours in ideal conditions. Be patient. Along the ceiling/wall line drying can be very slow, up to 8 to 10 hours. Yes, it goes on pink and dries white. You still will experience some voids that will require a touch up. Be sure you have enough paint. This is particularly pertinent to the Kilz primer. A gallon does not prime nearly what the can says, if you're priming a textured ceiling. Good luck!
Date published: 2016-08-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Glidden Ceiling Paint is Great! I am a big fan of do-it-yourself paint jobs since I refuse to spend big bucks to have someone do it for me. I had never painted a ceiling before so I picked up this paint knowing that it would help me paint a ceiling. It was fantastic! The paint is easy to apply to a ceiling and it spread very well. The pink tint allowed me to see where I was painting and it was so easy to spot areas that I had missed. One coat on my ceiling and it looks like a brand new room!. I highly recommend this product!. Just make sure you use a high quality nap and prep the room with tape properly and you will be golden!
Date published: 2011-07-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Good All Purpose Ceiling Paint I found this ceiling paint to be very good. I don't know why there's so many bad reviews. One thing I was careful to do was to mix the paint thoroughly. I spent 5 to 10 minutes mixing the paint the first time I opened the can. The pink tint was floating on top and it was obvious that the paint required a lot of careful mixing. I mixed it until I didn't see thick pure white paint and clear pink tint anymore. It did take awhile, but it was worth it. After that, whenever I opened the can again to paint, it only needed minimal mixing. The coverage is good and I found that working slowly across small areas is the best approach. I'm going to buy another gallon soon. I'm repainting the house I just moved into because the ceilings and walls are very dingy.
Date published: 2016-09-01
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