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Promoted 09-19-2014 by Discombobulated at 05:52 AM View Original Post
Sherwin-Williams Stores [Store Locator] is offering 40% Off Paints & Stains or 30% off Painting Supplies valid in-stores only. Thanks dimagwala

Note, offer excludes previous purchases, and purchases of gift cards, Multi-Purpose primers, Minwax Wood Finish quarts, ladders, spray equipment and accessories.

Additionally, you may also save $15 off $75 or More on Paint, Supplies & More valid at your local Sherwin-William paint store with this Printable Coupon (Valid through 11/18/2014; certain exclusions may apply).

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Offer is valid through September 22, 2014. - Discombobulated

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Edited September 21, 2014 at 09:43 AM by dimagwala
Yesterday I stoppled by SW store for deck stain as it has 30% off sale ending on 9/1/14.
The sales guy told that if I can wait, better sale coming on Sep 19 with 40% off. I believe they do 2 or 3 times a year. Anyone planning to do painting and want SWP paints, it is worth saving some good $.

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Load up on ProClassic oil. It's not quite Impervo, but awfully close and a shitoad cheaper.
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First time doing deck stain. What do you suggest? My deck is old one ... 15+ yrs. It is redwood, red semi-transparent, I believe.
Oil or water borne? semi transparent or solid? At the prices SWP is same as HD or lower. Some reviews on semi-transparent are not stellar, but my contractor said he uses SWP.
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Quote from dimagwala View Post :
First time doing deck stain. What do you suggest? My deck is old one ... 15+ yrs. It is redwood, red semi-transparent, I believe.
Oil or water borne? semi transparent or solid? At the prices SWP is same as HD or lower. Some reviews on semi-transparent are not stellar, but my contractor said he uses SWP.
You're getting waaaaay ahead of yourself. Clean, scrub and power wash it first. A good finish is all about prep.

http://www.familyhandyman.com/top...ASC4Y4pCzA
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Does this cover Rymar? That's what I need, and it's very expensive.
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painting is all about the preparation. lousy prep = lousy paint job even with expensive paint.

for most homeowners the SW duration will be the best bet. not overly expensive and with 40% off the price is on par with the behr/valspar crap you find at big box stores.
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40% sales are a good time to bulk buy untinted paint. Store and tint as needed later.
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40% sales are a good time to bulk buy untinted paint. Store and tint as needed later.
They have the 40% sale 4 times a year so I don't think its a good idea to stock up too much. I bought a ton of paint a couple of years ago and regret it lol. I'd buy enough for what you think you will use for 3 months until their next sale. Also they have the 30% sale every other month it seems.
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Is it ok to buy this paint now and keep it till summer arrives sinces it's getting a little late for painting. Also for people who aren't handy, do you guys have any recommendations for finding painters? tia.
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Quote from Ostracus View Post :
40% sales are a good time to bulk buy untinted paint. Store and tint as needed later.
Quote from JohnDoe3919 View Post :
They have the 40% sale 4 times a year so I don't think its a good idea to stock up too much. I bought a ton of paint a couple of years ago and regret it lol. I'd buy enough for what you think you will use for 3 months until their next sale. Also they have the 30% sale every other month it seems.
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Is it ok to buy this paint now and keep it till summer arrives sinces it's getting a little late for painting. Also for people who aren't handy, do you guys have any recommendations for finding painters? tia.
they run this sale several times a year so no need to stock up on paint. buy what u need for the next few months, then buy more when it goes on sale again.

painting is one of the "easiest" DIY jobs in terms of DIY skills. it is all about the preparation. u will spend more time prepping than painting. but a nice even and clean surface is the main part of a good paint job.

1. clean walls thoroughly
2. fix any cracks, nail pops, patches etc.
3. sand patches and cracks smooth
4. wipe walls to remove dust
5. tape off areas (a pro can do the job without this step, but ur not a pro). use green frog tape, the blue 3M tape is terrible.
6. lay out a tarp or painters canvas to protect floor
7. prime walls if needed (especially with new drywall)
8. buy decent paint and decent rollers (If it comes in a 6 pack from HD/Lowes, go for something better)
9. cut in corners and around trim first
10. less is more. use 2 thin coats for nice even coverage. yes it takes longer, but thicker coats dry unevenly and causes drips and runs. thinner coats cover better.
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FYI you can combine % off sales with this $10 off $50 coupon: http://www.sherwin-williams.com/s...tail-store

Last week this combination got me some Duration Exterior Gloss down from $73 to $41 (+ tax). Painted door and shutters yesterday and it's just as stunning as advertised.
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Thanks for the input but I was talking about exterior painting. Plus my folks are pretty old and I'm generally not home for most of the year. I know that collegepro and other large companies are to be avoided in general but DIY isn't currently an option Frown
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they run this sale several times a year so no need to stock up on paint. buy what u need for the next few months, then buy more when it goes on sale again.

painting is one of the "easiest" DIY jobs in terms of DIY skills. it is all about the preparation. u will spend more time prepping than painting. but a nice even and clean surface is the main part of a good paint job.

1. clean walls thoroughly
2. fix any cracks, nail pops, patches etc.
3. sand patches and cracks smooth
4. wipe walls to remove dust
5. tape off areas (a pro can do the job without this step, but ur not a pro). use green frog tape, the blue 3M tape is terrible.
6. lay out a tarp or painters canvas to protect floor
7. prime walls if needed (especially with new drywall)
8. buy decent paint and decent rollers (If it comes in a 6 pack from HD/Lowes, go for something better)
9. cut in corners and around trim first
10. less is more. use 2 thin coats for nice even coverage. yes it takes longer, but thicker coats dry unevenly and causes drips and runs. thinner coats cover better.
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Quote from nofarkingway View Post :
You're getting waaaaay ahead of yourself. Clean, scrub and power wash it first. A good finish is all about prep.

http://www.familyhandyman.com/top...ASC4Y4pCzA
Yes sir. I did bleach and power wash. Though I didn't scrub to remove old stain. most of areas paint is gone. But some areas, still stain is there, albeit faint.

- Can I do oil based solid paint over the deck? I will do same color.
- Can I wait until 19th for 40%, or do I need to clean again with bleach? I hope not, moss should not come back just in 2 weeks, that too in summer.
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