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Sherwin Williams Stores [Store Locator] is offering an additional 40% Off Paints & Stains, 30% Off Painting Supplies & an additional 25% Off Custom-Order Wallpapers valid for In-Store Purchase at participating locations. Thanks uscpsycho

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Written by uscpsycho Edited April 24, 2017 at 01:28 AM by uscpsycho
UPDATE: The sale was officially announced today and the dates are 4/21-4/24.

This time around you get 40% off all paint & stains, 30% off painting supplies and 25% off Wallpaper.

Here's the link: https://www.sherwin-williams.com/...nd-coupons

Dig into the thread for coupons to get even more off. When I have time I'll copy them over here to make it easy on everyone.

Edit:
Here are links to the coupons:
15 off 75 https://urlhasbeenblocked/1RRZhf
10 off 50 https://www.sherwin-williams.com/...al-offers/
15 off 60 https://urlhasbeenblocked/2XZAFv

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I was told by my SW color consultant that this sale will start April 21. The Super Sale usually runs four days so it is most likely 4/21-4/24.

The Super Sale is usually 40% off all paints and stains, 30% off all painting supplies and 15-30% off wallpaper (wallpaper discount varies from sale to sale).

SW currently has a good 30% off sale but if you need paint and can wait, hold out for a couple more weeks.

I don't have a link to prove it so you'll just have to trust me.
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Quote from Juic3man View Post :
If the deck is in good shape all you need to do is pressure wash it and maybe scrub it if washing doesn't clean it. If the deck is not heavily damaged superdeck water or oil based semi-transparent or solid color stains is what I would recommend. spread rate on these things are much higher than the elastomeric coating I previously mentioned. 200+ sq.ft. a gallon. the deck and dock coating is overkill on a deck that is in good shape.
Many thanks for your suggestion. One more question, how do I choose between water or oil base? does either one work?
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Does SW make a decent deck stain? if not, who/what would you all recommend?
I think I used garagejournal to look into deck stains last time we did. A thread like this one:
http://www.garagejournal.com/foru...&showall=1

I'm pretty sure that we ended up going with Sikkens from Home Depot because it seemed to be well regarded. One potential issue was at the time it sounded like they changed their formula or something and people weren't sure how it would be.

Before that we had a contractor/handyman use Behrs, might've been ultra premium (or something like that) in a solid color stain. Didn't notice any issues with it.
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At 40% its still a rip off and their still making a good margin on you.
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Pretty disappointed orange in their Emerald line can't cover a chocolate milk colored wall in one (maybe) two passes. I don't think SW is as good as they used to be.
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Many thanks for your suggestion. One more question, how do I choose between water or oil base? does either one work?
a lot is personal preference. some people say oil repels water better. imo I like the water based products due to ease of clean up and low odor.
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Current house stucco exterior in Florida is 10 years old has SW Loxon painted when it was built. Looking to repaint and was heading with Behr Premium Plus Ultra Satin Enamel Exterior Paint mainly because of reviews and may be cheaper overall. Should I stick with Loxon (assuming this sale covers it) or go with the Behr?
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Quote from Gibson486 View Post :
I just bought a new door. What sucks about painting it? Am I in for a treat?
I had to fill a couple dents (every single door of that model at HD had dents -- received a hefty discount), sand them down, prime, and then paint. Painting was a pain because of the nooks and crannies and trying to maintain a uniform coat. I didn't bother trying to avoid brush strokes, and if you get them nice and parallel, it mimics woodgrain to an extent. The metal surface is VERY unforgiving though and shows every little mistake or variance. Mine looks good, but it took quite a few hours and several coats to have it looking decent. I have to admit that it's not as good as a factory job though, and it would have saved a lot of effort on my part.
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I bought a gazebo from CostCo that is all cedar wood with an aluminum top a year ago (https://www.costco.com/Cedar-Wood...830.html).

We've noticed that the SoCal sun has been very unkind to the wood as there are hairline cracks on all four legs even after applying Thompson Water Seal (as was suggested by the HD guy). I was wondering if there is a paint or some sort of coating we can put on to stop the cracking? Any help is appreciated.
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I asked my painting contractor what he pays (hence what I pay through him). $28 per single gallon. Retail ON SALE is $35.50. Go through painting contractor, if you can. I realize that's a simplistic solution, but it does illustrate the mark-up for retail.
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Since others are talking decks and wood here, let me ask you pros a decking question? Which of these three is the best for the money to use for the construction of a new deck: treated pine, cedar, or synthetic (e.g. Trex) ?

I have consulted various pro and amateur deck builders in my area (NW Indiana near Chicago) and everyone has differing advice. I was going to do cedar but some builders say that most cedar these days is overpriced junk. I have heard the synthetics are prone to mold, and the treated pine is good initially but won't last as long. I considered some of the tropical exotic woods but those are super expensive. We are looking to have a simple 20 x 40 deck built next month that will be about 5 feet off the ground.

Sorry for hijacking the thread for a bit, but thanks for any advice!
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What happened to deckscapes? did they close that line and replaced with superdeck?
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It was a good 6 months of not having to paint the house. Now it is almost summer and paint is on sale ... I have no excuse.
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Anyone know if home depot is still accepting competitors coupons?
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what kind of paint do you use on baseboard and door frame moldings? is it Semi Gloss or Gloss?
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Pressure treated Pine is the most bang for the buck and it should last 15 years

The man made material is great if you can afford it but it is much more expensive.. It won't require staining or treating for the life of the deck and you should match it with vinyl clad railing if you install it so you have a very low maintenance deck

But if you can deal with re-decking your deck .. which I will have to do in the next 3-4 years then you can pay lie 15% of the cost of plastic and get pressure treated pine

Cedar is for people on the west coast .. don't pay the premium for cedar if you don't live in the northwest usa

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Since others are talking decks and wood here, let me ask you pros a decking question? Which of these three is the best for the money to use for the construction of a new deck: treated pine, cedar, or synthetic (e.g. Trex) ?

I have consulted various pro and amateur deck builders in my area (NW Indiana near Chicago) and everyone has differing advice. I was going to do cedar but some builders say that most cedar these days is overpriced junk. I have heard the synthetics are prone to mold, and the treated pine is good initially but won't last as long. I considered some of the tropical exotic woods but those are super expensive. We are looking to have a simple 20 x 40 deck built next month that will be about 5 feet off the ground.

Sorry for hijacking the thread for a bit, but thanks for any advice!
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