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Paints and Stains 40% off Sept. 18-21, (Use $10 off coupon over $50 or $15 off coupon over $75)

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40% off and 15$ off (on75$) stackable then its the best deal and better than dulux BOGO offer

Here is the list of their regular prices and features of their different products
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Looking to paint my basement. It's a home theatre so it'll be dark colour, maybe a grey. Is it with splurging on the top paint here, or will the cheaper stuff suffice?
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Great find OP.
densil_lopez wrote: 40% off and 15$ off (on75$) stackable then its the best deal and better than dulux BOGO offer

Here is the list of their regular prices and features of their different products
How is it better than Dulux? If you only need a 2-3 cans... Maybe that's the case on their basic Paints. Don't think it can be better than Dulux if comparing with Emerald.
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Which paint for the ceiling?
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wildzero wrote: Looking to paint my basement. It's a home theatre so it'll be dark colour, maybe a grey. Is it with splurging on the top paint here, or will the cheaper stuff suffice?
I've only used the SuperPaint one and I've been pretty happy with it so far. Easy to put on and cleans pretty well.

For exterior, I used Ovation to paint the garage door and sidings. Only ended up using 1/4 of a gallon even after a double coat. Will now be painting the door and maybe the pillars as well since I still have a lot of paint left.
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loletifie wrote: Which paint for the ceiling?
Indoor paint, last 3 cans to the far right. I think I used Eminence before to paint over builder's paint. Guessing the ceiling was thirsty as hell as it sucked up quite a bit.
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Dulux Diamond vs equal price Sherwin Williams seems to be their SuperPaint series.
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I think this SW promotion is pretty much close to Dulux BOGO, not better.
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Is contractor pricing better than this?
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Vovchyk wrote: I think this SW promotion is pretty much close to Dulux BOGO, not better.
I'm not sure the price of the Dulux but advantage of SW promo is that you can by exactly the number of cans you want at approximately 50% off (assuming you manage to use a coupon code each)

Dulux you're forced to buy in multiples of two for the discount.

Something to consider.
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How does the stacking work exactly? Say I am in the market for one can of the Satin Emerald (full price is $92.99).

Scenario 1: $92.99 - $15 off $75 = $77.99 - 40% off = $46.794 + 13% tax = $52.87722
Scenario 2: $92.99 - 40% off = $55.794 (cant use $15 off $75 anymore??) + 13% tax = $63.048

Scenario 3: $92.99 + 13% tax = 105.0787 - $15 off $75 = $90.0787 - 40% off = $54.04722
Scenario 4: $92.99 + 13% tax = 105.0787 - 40% off = $63.04722 - $15 off $75 = $48.04722


How exactly is this calculated? Would love to know the final price of one can when the original is $92.99, taxes in for ON
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enviousbill wrote: How does the stacking work exactly? Say I am in the market for one can of the Satin Emerald (full price is $92.99).

Scenario 1: $92.99 - $15 off $75 = $77.99 - 40% off = $46.794 + 13% tax = $52.87722
Scenario 2: $92.99 - 40% off = $55.794 (cant use $15 off $75 anymore??) + 13% tax = $63.048

How exactly is this calculated? Would love to know the final price of one can when the original is $92.99, taxes in for ON
Scenario 2 I believe. Use the $10 off $50 purchase.
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Thanks OP, missed the last sale.

Whats the better paint? Dulux or SW for exterior? Going to paint the garage door, porch pillars/railings and window trims.

Also is the more expensive emerald exterior paint worth the ~$10 price difference?
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thanks OP! Just in time to go and pick up some paint
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First time painter here. Looking to paint my new place next weekend. I've read that some of the SW paints are easier to use than others due to thickness and potential for leaving lines. I will be painting the entire apartment. Any recommendations on which type of paint to go with? (Duration, SuperPaint, etc.) Thanks!
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scubasteve0989 wrote: First time painter here. Looking to paint my new place next weekend. I've read that some of the SW paints are easier to use than others due to thickness and potential for leaving lines. I will be painting the entire apartment. Any recommendations on which type of paint to go with? (Duration, SuperPaint, etc.) Thanks!
I used super paint throughout my home (including kitchen, bathrooms) and it is fantastic.
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pricerror wrote: I used super paint throughout my home (including kitchen, bathrooms) and it is fantastic.
Thanks for the info! Can you tell me which finish you used? Flat, velvet, satin or semi-gloss?
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wildzero wrote: Looking to paint my basement. It's a home theatre so it'll be dark colour, maybe a grey. Is it with splurging on the top paint here, or will the cheaper stuff suffice?
Depends what bugs you.. I typically paint with Behr paints and tried Sherwin “Captivate” this week (wife wanted ‘French Gray’ and only found it in Sherwin).
I opted for the Captivate as it was similar in price to the Behr paints I usually buy.
I wouldn’t paint with that paint again- paint had a strong smell, finishing painting Wednesday and it still smells today. Luckily its a basement room and we don’t use it often. It does look good, but so does Behr..
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scubasteve0989 wrote: First time painter here. Looking to paint my new place next weekend. I've read that some of the SW paints are easier to use than others due to thickness and potential for leaving lines. I will be painting the entire apartment. Any recommendations on which type of paint to go with? (Duration, SuperPaint, etc.) Thanks!
I've used pretty much every paint Sherwin offers including most of the commercial line. I would never use anything less than Superpaint these days and actually quite like the Duration line. (Thats what I've been using nearly everywhere now and I like it.)

I would go with a Satin paint for everything but the matte paint could be used in the bedrooms and living room if you like that look. Usually you want a shinier paint for the bathrooms and kitchen and once upon a time that always meant Semi-gloss but these days people are even using matte in there (I wouldn't recommend it though however satin is fine).

The general rule is that the shinier the paint, the easier it is to wash down. Important in the kitchen (or if you have messy young kids) and you usually want something with mold preventative in the bathroom since the shower means high humidity which can wreak havoc on paints.

Trim paint is usually better to have a sheen as well since they take more abuse than typical walls however lots of people prefer aesthetics over function so will paint everything in a matte. Up to you really. Talk to the people in the store and you'll learn what you need to.

Also realize that if you're buying enough paint for the entire house (and not a single color for each room), it's often much cheaper to just buy a 5 gallon pail instead. You might have some extra but it'll keep for touch up and repaints. You'll also be guaranteed that the color will remain consistent whereas even fractional differences in 1 gallon cans are often noticeable. Thats why mixing all your cans together then re-separating is often wise or just make sure to start a new can on a new wall and be mindful of touchups.

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