Originally Posted by superdave35
Great, I noticed you typically recommend a Behr Faux glaze as the base, I was at sherwin williams yesterday and they're having a 40% off sale on all their paints including faux glazes. Most painters I've known prefer the quality of sherwin's paints to other brands, is behr definitely the way to go for this application?
The Behr is a know quantity....it's a "Clear Matte" glaze. One could through supposition expect any quality version of Clear Matte Glaze of the same specification, one that is mfg by another company to hold true to the same results....but that remains supposition until proven otherwise.
Over the years, many try substituting one thing for another for various reasons. It's been my experience that more often than not....it's a regrettable decision.
You'd have to have both Glazes in hand, and make a direct comparison between them to come close to determining any differences. To me that's a crazy lot of trouble when the Behr has been so well proven.
Then again....you might make a discovery that could benefit many people. (...including stockholders in SW
As for me...I'm headed down to the Beach.....the Surf is WAY