Post by Mikes Custom Painting on Jan 26, 2016 17:33:51 GMT -5
Just used SW's SuperPaint Flat Off white Used on Ceiling.
Very thick, so it may be a production killer.
Some flats go on chalky (My word to describe it), while others go on creamy. This one was the latter; very thick, very creamy. It was a little hard to tell how well the hiding was, because we were going over a previously painted surface, using the same color. There were areas where we had scraped the paint where the prime coat was a light pink-ish color, that we spot primed with the paint, but then we just used one coat over everything and it looked great.
I believe that SuperPaint is on the low end of the spectrum as far as cost goes with SW. The company I was subbed out by said their painters liked it (but what does that mean?).
The person I painted for gave Me 2 full gallons, so I will probably use it at some point for a ceiling when the case calsl for it, but don't know if I would buy it again. It would be interesting to try it on some walls with a sheen of perhaps eggshell.
I will say this, I got some on My hands and it dried. Directly after the job, I drove to the North Shore of Oahu (Hawaii) about an hour or two later after driving around checking the Surf, I paddled out and surfed a good two hours, came in, and the paint was still there on My hand when I got home! No problem with adhesion!