Originally Posted by ryanben82
Mm, you are awesome. I was hoping you would chime in! No distinguishable advantages of one over the other?
S-I-L-V-E-R is the more dynamic coating of the two, and produces very deep blacks for a higher gain screen. but it has less resistance to ambient light and requires at least 8 very lightly "spray" applied Duster coats with substantial Row overlap (70%) It's among the simplest of mixes, containing only Behr Faux Glaze, Silver Metallic, and water.
RS-MaxxMudd LL is also a higher gain mix, yet it does have a bit more resistance to ambient light than does S-I-L-V-E-R, .....and it features the ability to be rolled if one is good at such. It does require a total of 4 different (purchased) components (Silver - Pearl - UPW - Minwax) so it obviously cost more to assemble.