Monday, May 18, 2015

12 Reasons Why To Use Top Quality Paints

If you are tempted to save a few dollars by trading down to a lower quality interior paint, it's important to know what you're giving up in the process. Here are 12 reasons top quality 100% acrylic latex interior paints are worth the money:

  • Better Adhesion - The superior "binder" in these paints help them grip any surface
  • Better Hiding Capability - Top quality paints can often conceal the color below in fewer coats, saving the time and money needed to apply additional coats of paint.
  • Better Spatter Resistance - These paints are less likely to throw off flecks of paint while you're applying them.
  • Better Flow and Leveling - Top quality paints to on evenly; brush and roller marks tend to flow out and become unnoticable.
  • Better Touch-Up - If you have to touch up your paint job at a later date, it won't be as noticable when using a top quality paint.
  • Better Stain Resistance - These paints tend to keep dirt and grime from sinking in, making for easy cleaning.
  • Better Scrub Resistance - Even if you have to scrub hard to remove a stubborn stain, top quality paint is tough enough to take the scrubbing without damaging the surface of the paint.
  • Better Burnish Resistance - Lower quality paints get shiny when they are scrubbed; top quality paints have less of a tendency to do so.
  • Better Block Resistance - Ever notice how it's hard to open a window after it's been painted? Top quality paints are less susceptible to sticking.
  • Better Print Resistance - Windowsills and other face-up surfaces can be imprinted when objects are placed on them. When painting horizontal surfaces, use of a top quality paint in an eggshell (rather than a glossier) sheen will minimize this problem.
  • Better Mildew Resistance - If you don't like mildew, don't compromise on paint quality.
  • Better Fade Quality - You'll probably sweat bullets choosing just the right paint color. Make sure your color lasts by using a fade-resistant top quality 100% acrulic latex interior paint.

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