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Newbie
Dec 9, 2006
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Benjamin Moore "MooreSpec" looks good & is easy to apply if you want to keep your cost down. Their other lines will run you more. Sico is also a favourite among non-professionals.
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Feb 2, 2006
6219 posts
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Just a little tip

Canadian Tire & Home depot can match anyones colours! Canadian tire can give you ANY colour, even the debbie travis colours, into any paint.


Another tip, stay away from the debbie travis paint.

Oh and Crappy Tire has a money back guarantee on their paints. Just have the cans and receipt.
Deal Addict
Sep 19, 2005
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Do a search for PARA dealer

CIL I have used but find it runny for wall paint..
Behr is ok,,,, but no where near as good as PARA and it is cheaper then BM and like I said,,,, its better

PARA also makes a contractor grade which is ok but bit thinner,, and coverage is not as good and cheaper
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Nov 28, 2002
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Toronto
Para and Glidden are what painters generally use unless the owner specifies a particular type.
You will want to use either a para or a purdy brush and a fabric roller if possible.
Don't go and spend money on paint and use cheap brushes and rollers.
Any great painter will use any brand it is the preparation that is most important.

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