Hi LisaT - Thank you for your question. Our Marquee Ceiling Paint will dry to a non-textured finish. Please keep in mind that it will not hide texture that's already on the surface. Best - Sara
I rather have Marquee than Scuff defense
Hi Marge, You can view coordinating colors by downloading Home Depot's ProjectColor App. https://www.homedepot.com/c/projectcolor I hope this information was helpful. Please feel free to reach out with any additional questions you may have. Best of luck with your project! ~Doris
You have to ask for this pour spout at the paint counter. Even though it should be included without requesting it, since it is also the only way to twist of the cap. BY the way, I have used over 30 gallons of Marquee on various projects over the last 2 years and have found it to be the ONLY true one coat paint on the market after testing between Sherwin Williams, Pratt & Lambert, Benjamin Moore, Valspar, and Glidden. But sadly, Behr changed their can design recently to this plastic can with the screw off cap and pour spout. It absolutely sucks. With the lid in place and using this ridiculous excuse of a pour spout, paint goes everywhere when you pour it. Especially when pouring from a full can. That pour spout is horribly designed and is open on two sides (so it can be used like a wrench to remove the screw on cap). So the pour spout, being as big as it is (2" or so in diameter and being open on two sides), does not contain the paint in a controlled flow. It just pours out over the open sides and collects large amounts of uncontrolled paint on the "set back" opening of the lid and runs down the sides of the can. I have now decided I will never buy another can of Behr paint again, due to this horrible product change. Just too messy. And I have always used the red Shur Line pour spout lid on all paint cans because it absolutely eliminates all mess in pouring into a paint tray and allows me to store the paint with their collapsible pour spout in place, making it brain dead easy to continue pouring from an opened can, over a long period of time. Behr should have designed the rim of their new plastic can, so that traditional metal lids (and thus also the Shur LIne pour spout lid) would fit.
Surface area is a bit tricky especially if you’re painting the interiors too. It also depends if you’re brushing/rolling or spraying the cabinets. Two gallons is what I would say is a typical kitchen but it could easily be 3-4 gallons. I would use the Behr Cabinet and Trim in Semigloss. I highly recommend clean, scuff sand and prime them first. 1-2 gallons of primer.
Marquee is just a better paint plain and simple. I have brought Ultra in the past and would require more than one coat. The Marquee covers better, I still apply to coats sometimes just to make sure, but for the most part this paint covers well.
Hi DIYERh3re, thanks for writing in with your question. Our interior paints are available in quart sizes (except the ceiling paints). You can have them tinted to the color of your choice. Each quart will cover between 62-100 sq. ft. Please check with your local store for availability. Have a great day! -Giovanna
Nothing is needed. If exterior use use exterior paint...etc
Yes you can
Not easily seen difference if painted solid area but if making spotty repairs you may notice a difference between the whites