Glidden DUO

Model GLY14-01E

Internet #204156601

1-gal. #GLY14-01F Lemon Ice Eggshell Interior Paint with Primer

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Glidden's DUO formula is more than just a paint. It also primes with every single roll, saving you time and energy. Better yet, Glidden DUO Paint + Primer is a great value. You only have to purchase one product to get a quality primer plus a premium paint. Glidden DUO Paint + Primer is available in three sheens and 282 interior colors and is especially effective as a bathroom paint. Get going on your project today to experience beautiful, long-lasting results, guaranteed.

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  • Exceptional hiding power for great coverage in fewer coats, even over darker colors
  • Excellent adhesion to most new or previously painted surfaces
  • Stain-blocking primer combined with stain-resistant paint
  • Mildew-resistant coating that's great for bathrooms
  • Easy cleaning to keep walls looking good over time
  • Low odor and low VOCs
  • 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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When should one remove painter's tape from the surface it's protecting?

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May 29, 2016
I saw on one of Home Depot's DIY videos that painter's tape should be removed before the paint dries. So if one needs a 2nd coat of paint, does that mean ya have to re-tape everything again or can ya get away with leaving the original tape up? I take it that the reason for prompt removal of the tape is so when the paint dries, the removal of the tape isn't taking dried paint from a completed surface.
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May 31, 2016
We recommend leaving the tape up and removing it once the second coat is applied so that you can touch up if needed while it is still drying.
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