Seals both uncoated and previously painted surfaces
Resists dirt & grime
For a paint that’s tough enough to tackle any room in your home without sacrificing beauty, choose BEHR Premium Plus Zero VOC Semi-Gloss Enamel Interior Paint. This sleek sheen resists mildew and wear, so it’s great for bathrooms and kitchens. The radiant appearance makes it great for adding color to cabinets, trim and indoor furniture.
Ideal for kids’ rooms, hallways, kitchens, bathrooms, doors, windows, trim, cabinets, shutters and interior furniture
100% acrylic finish for easy cleaning
Extremely strong finish that displays a radiant and sleek appearance
Exceptional hide, covers up to 2,000 sq. ft. depending on color selected and surface porosity
Easy soap and water clean-up
Exceptional latex formula provides a mildew resistant finish
Self priming finish that seals the surface
Actual paint colors may vary from on-screen and printer representations
GREENGUARD Certified products are certified to GREENGUARD standards for low chemical emissions into indoor air during product usage. For more information, visit ul.com/gg.
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I have changed my mind about Behr paint... About 15 years ago I had decided to try Behr paint to fix-up a rental property. It was the worst experience I had ever had with paint. The stuff simply would not stick to the wall, and it had nothing to do with painting over gloss or semi-gloss or oil over latex, etc. It was simply a total lack of solids and adhesives in the paint. I swore I would never use Behr again.
Fast-forward 15 years and I came across an article that compared Behr to my (previously) preferred "high quality" paint (am I allowed to mention high-priced competitors here?) and the independent research found that Behr had better first-coat coverage and durability. I had also heard sometime earlier that ownership/management of Behr had changed too, but I am not sure of the specifics. Anyhow, I needed to paint my garage and didn't want to pay the typical $55 to $60 per gallon for garage paint. So, I decided to give Behr another try.
To my complete surprise, Behr significantly exceeded my expectations. Coverage was great, hiding of issues was excellent, dark colors only required two coats, light colors only required one, adhesion was grate, clean-up was easy, I love the non-metallic cans, and final appearance was exceptionally even. I truly believe that this $28 paint exceeded the capabilities of the paint for which I had previously paid $55 to $60 per gallon.
Very Adhesive, Even Application, High Quality of Material, Easy to Apply, Good Coverage, Easy to Clean, Easy to Use, Good Protection, Looks Great, Looks High End, Dries Quickly