|Name||1 qt. Latex Paint Additive and Extender||1-gal. Latex Paint Additive and Extender||Floetrol 1 qt. Clear Latex Paint Additive|
|Container Size||1 Quart||124 Ounce|
|Paint Additive Type||Enhancer||Extender||Enhancer|
|View Product||View Product||View Product|
Yes, it is that thick. I mainly use it to thin the paint for spraying.
I would get ride of the old one
I’m gonna say yes based on the fact that it has worked with any kind of acrylic paint I’ve used it with so far
Your question should be for the store... FYI when you ask a question on this link from Home Depot the question goes to other users of the product not the manufacture..
I had the same experience. I believe that it had something to do with the trucks being delayed due to the riots. All that products sitting in the hot sun for days waiting to be delivered. It just got too hot and spoiled. That's all I could come up with.
Probably If you are unhappy with how the product is worming return it
I used a brush doing all trim in a remodeled bathroom. I'm sold on the product. Best results are on flat surfaces just as it is with paint. I find it makes a better end result on vertical surfaces also. It slows the evaporation rate allowing paint to self level. Of course paint won't self level on vertical surfaces but it's easier to feather paint on vertical surfaces with the product.
I don’t know.. most Alkyd paints should be use full strength. The only way to see is to try it with small amount paint and Floetrol.
You cab paint over oil based paint if you sand the paint surface and use a good primer and then paint. Floetrol is NOT a paint. It's an additive for latex or water based paint to reduce brush marks