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Sherwin Williams.com [Store Locator] is offering 30% Off Paints & Stains & 15% Off Painting Supplies valid only at participating locations through 3/25/2020. Thanks caps

Note, some exclusions may apply, please refer to the promotional page for complete details.

Paints & Stains sale prices starting at $26.94

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Sherwin Williams has one of their usual (for Winter) 30% off coupons valid until 02/29/20 -> Now valid until 3/25/2020 , and a stackable $10 off $50 coupon valid until 03/31/20 -> Now valid until 4/30/20.

I was able to get a single gallon of matte Emerald paint normally priced $75 for $42.50... roughly 44% off, beating their best 40% off coupon that comes around a few times a year.

https://www.sherwin-williams.com/...ve%20Today

Link to 30% off coupon above. I've attached the $10 off $50 coupon.
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Could I have them replicate a Benjamin Moore color? Bad idea? Never see BM stuff on sale.
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Could I have them replicate a Benjamin Moore color? Bad idea? Never see BM stuff on sale.

Sure. But I would not mix it even within the same home. My dad did this. Had half the house painted with SW then painter got a deal on BM and finished with that. You can not see the difference but what a pain to know where to use what touchup paint because they don't match.
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Could I have them replicate a Benjamin Moore color? Bad idea? Never see BM stuff on sale.
you need a piece about a size of a quarter for ideal scanning. clean and undamaged of course.
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SW makes very good paint. better than the valspar line they now own at Lowe's.

emerald is excellent. I like superpaint for most stuff. interior satin isn't as shiney as other satins (they don't have an eggshell in that) but goes on very well.

proclassic trim is excellent for trim. nothing is as good as an oil, but this is close.
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SW makes very good paint. better than the valspar line they now own at Lowe's.

emerald is excellent. I like superpaint for most stuff. interior satin isn't as shiney as other satins (they don't have an eggshell in that) but goes on very well.

proclassic trim is excellent for trim. nothing is as good as an oil, but this is close.
Cashmere is another great option for interior walls. It's what I've used for most of my house.
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Sure. But I would not mix it even within the same home. My dad did this. Had half the house painted with SW then painter got a deal on BM and finished with that. You can not see the difference but what a pain to know where to use what touchup paint because they don't match.
Thank you, thinking of avoiding having them match and just going with one of their colors so if I need to touch up later there will be no question colors will be the same. Thinking Alabaster or wimborne white are pretty close to BM simply white.
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I actually got this deal 2 weeks ago when I got more paint. Both coupons (and sometimes a 40% off with 10 off 50) go live often.
As for paint quality it doesn't get any better. I've bought it and had processionals come do the labor on both interior and exterior of the house. Both sets of crews said it was the best paint they've ever used. Cleans easily, easy to match for touch up and goes on incredibly smooth. Usually with one coat. Saves money in the long run and with these coupons just an extra couple of bucks from garbage quality paint. Well worth it.
You can also buy base colors when they have these deals and go back later when you're ready to paint and have them mix in whatever colors you decide on.
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Anyone have recommendations on the type of paint for kitchen cabinets?

I was thinking the emerald acrylic latex.
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I actually got this deal 2 weeks ago when I got more paint. Both coupons (and sometimes a 40% off with 10 off 50) go live often.
As for paint quality it doesn't get any better. I've bought it and had processionals come do the labor on both interior and exterior of the house. Both sets of crews said it was the best paint they've ever used. Cleans easily, easy to match for touch up and goes on incredibly smooth. Usually with one coat. Saves money in the long run and with these coupons just an extra couple of bucks from garbage quality paint. Well worth it.
You can also buy base colors when they have these deals and go back later when you're ready to paint and have them mix in whatever colors you decide on.
this! I should have mentioned you can buy the cans and have them mixed later. Just make sure you store them properly
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this! I should have mentioned you can buy the cans and have them mixed later. Just make sure you store them properly

Yes, but you need to know in advance what color you want so you buy the right base.
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Anyone have recommendations on the type of paint for kitchen cabinets?

I was thinking the emerald acrylic latex.
This is a fantastic choice, best SW has to offer. Keep in mind I am a DIY guy and not a pro. I have used every type they offer and this levels and lays flatter than everything. Brush strokes are almost none existent(same with rolling). I have sprayed with it and could not be happier. I have found the key is in the application. Do not play with it. Wax on wax off, not really wax off but just go one direction then the other and feather out softly. It will flatten overnight. Two coats is also key even when I sprayed but more so if brushed.
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Any recommendations for a sunroom color?
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This is a fantastic choice, best SW has to offer. Keep in mind I am a DIY guy and not a pro. I have used every type they offer and this levels and lays flatter than everything. Brush strokes are almost none existent(same with rolling). I have sprayed with it and could not be happier. I have found the key is in the application. Do not play with it. Wax on wax off, not really wax off but just go one direction then the other and feather out softly. It will flatten overnight. Two coats is also key even when I sprayed but more so if brushed.
I actually found that their emerald urethane (water based) beats the pro classic for trim and high traffic areas. Haven't tried on cabinets but as far as doors and trim work I only use that if customer can afford it (I think it's around $90 without any discount per gallon😏) one thing though I priced it's one sheen lower so for semi gloss look I would use high gloss and semi gloss produces close to satin sheen.
Saw also at Lowe's paint specifically for cabinets but haven't tried it yet.
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