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average rating 3.75
 
Cindy
Jan 15, 2013

I have a shop on Long Island and reclaim, restore and restyle furniture, antiques and home decor items. I bought a can of the black at Lowe's and love it! It's rich, smooth and creamy and covers incredibly. I love the packaging. You can see the color no matter where you put it and the top pops off and goes back on really easy. I'm waiting to hear if I can stock the product in my shop. Between the furniture refinishing, decorative painting and workshops, I will certainly use a lot of it!

nicolew
Jan 14, 2013

Perfect thick paint for one coat (over primer which I always use) No need to search paint chips for hours. They have the perfect black, I really love major brown and whitecap grey. If you want a perfect yellow, or blue etc, just walk to the Pantone section and pick out the plastic can. No complaints. My favorite paint, I use nothing else. I reccommend it to everyone in my antique mall. Its not egshell, more matte to me, but not chalky

Bert
Jan 12, 2013

I purchased this product to paint a bathroom vanity that I had sanded. I opened the can with a kitchen butter knife. It was easy to open once I figured out where. I have never worked with acrylic before. I used a foam roller, which is not recommended. The instructions say to use a roller with a 3/8" to 1/2" nap. I do not have one. The foam roller wasn't giving good coverage, so I switched to a brush. This left strokes in the paint. I am not happy with this product. It is too thick.

Julie
Dec 18, 2012

Received MyColor by Pantone as a blog contest winner. This was my first experience with the paint, and I am more than satisfied! I decided to use the Ocean Depths color on my powder room, which was sporting a flat, avocado-y green color. The paint covered beautifully, and the color is rich and saturated. Now this bathroom makes me smile every time I walk in. Cleanup was a breeze - I just need to source more paint!

Drea
Oct 24, 2012

Second project I was painting a wooden bed and dresser. I used paint reducer and air sanded all of the clear off. The 1st coat I painted and let dry for 3 days used cheese cloth to wipe off dust then applied the 2nd coat, let dry for 3 days then I was wiping them down with murphys oil soap to clean and in more than a few spots the paint wiped right off. I will be lightly sanding and applying another coat then will apply a clearcoat, Hope that works because this was a hard project.



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