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Sherwin-Williams Stores [Store Locator] are offering 40% Off Paints & Stains and 30% off Painting Supplies. Thanks tommyvelocity

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Sherwin-Williams 40% off sale starts July 18 and ends on July 21

40% Stains and Paints & 30% Supplies

Heads up for their quarterly or so sale.

They also have the $10 off $50 which should be stackable: http://www.sherwin-williams.com/h...d-coupons/
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Thanks for the "heads up"!
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http://www.potterybarn.com/design...t-landing/

Link for $15 off $75 coupon.
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I read yesterday on one of those "what to buy at what time of year" list that you always get the best deal on paint during the summer months.
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I read yesterday on one of those "what to buy at what time of year" list that you always get the best deal on paint during the summer months.
Actually for Sherwin Williams, they will have this every quarter or so. In between these 40% off, they'll have 30% sales.

With them if you know what type of paint you want but are unsure which color, you can buy first and come back later to have them mix the color of your choosing.
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What does a gallon of paint at sherwin Williams cost to begin with? Looking to buy about 6 gallons of paint for a new home and was planning on just heading to Home Depot for behr.
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If you read up on some forums that the pro house painters use, you'll see that both Sherwin-Williams and Benjamin Moore paints get a lot of praise - BUT mainly their more expensive, higher-end lines. The low-end, less expensive paints at SW and BM seem to be poor or just acceptable quality over the short term, about the same as what you'd find from Valspar and Behr at Lowe's and Home Depot.

This 40% discount plus the coupons seem to be a great way to get two gallons or so of the top-of-the-line SW paint that is usually in the $60-80+ range per gallon (or more, depending on location) for about what you'd pay for a mid-range paint, or the best stuff offered at a big box home store.

For whatever it's worth, the Duration and the SuperPaint lines both seem to be what pros that go to SW use.
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What does a gallon of paint at sherwin Williams cost to begin with? Looking to buy about 6 gallons of paint for a new home and was planning on just heading to Home Depot for behr.
go with the SW paint. with the SW sale prices they will be right about the same price as the HD Behr paint and the SW paint covers A LOT better.
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Just went to look at consumer reports for paint...they really don't care for the SW paints. Kind of weird since I've always heard basically what you're saying...SW paint is what the pros tend to use.
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I'm actually looking at buying the Harmony paint (zero voc) from SW, any thoughts?
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I'm actually looking at buying the Harmony paint (zero voc) from SW, any thoughts?
I actually used Harmony @ work due to the zero VOCs. It is our preferred zero VOC product to use.

I use the Duration at home. The Duration is a far better product. It covers, cleans and last better than the Harmony.
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I am a painting noob. The Duration (interior) seems to be a paint and primer in one. I've read that separate primer and paint is usually better. Any opinions?

I have skimmed parts of my walls with new joint compound and want everything to come out even toned.


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I actually used Harmony @ work due to the zero VOCs. It is our preferred zero VOC product to use.

I use the Duration at home. The Duration is a far better product. It covers, cleans and last better than the Harmony.
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I have used both Duration and Emerald and both are excellent. I recently used a bunch of Valspar Signature from Lowe's, which received great reviews from everywhere (including CR), and was not nearly as impressed. Plus, the colors all seem to have some kind of weird tint to them. SW's gray was gray - every gray I got from Lowe's had a definite blue/green/lavender look behind it. That said, Lowe's has been absolutely fantastic to deal with, they've always taken back the paints we were unhappy with as mis-tints, and did color match a couple paints that were existing and they were spot-on.

SW paint is expensive, but at 40% off and $10 off 50, it's a strong deal. I'm going to end up repainting nearly everything I did with the "grey" Valspar Signature, I just can't get over the "blueness" of it. Hope that helps - I'm going to SW for pretty much everything paint-related from now on.

Somewhat unrelated, but we bought the Wagner Smart Flow Roller for about $30, as we were pretty much painting the whole house - it has been awesome. Cleaning is a bit of a chore, but man - it speeds up painting walls like crazy.
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