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Best Paint To Buy


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Best Paint To Buy


Paints are available in five sheens: gloss, semi-gloss, eggshell, satin (velvet), and matte (flat). Matte or flat paints are the less expensive options, but they are harder to keep clean and are less durable. Flat paints are best for ceilings and low-traffic areas. Gloss is the easiest to clean, lasts the longest, and tends to be more expensive. Gloss paints work best on high-touch surfaces such as doors, trim, and cabinetry. Higher-sheen paints also take longer to cure.


A new coat of paint is a simple and affordable way to update the interior of a home. Although the color is crucial to achieving the desired overall effect, choosing the best paint for interior walls is just as essential to ensure pleasing results. Weigh these factors in any paint product to avoid common pitfalls.


Oil-based paints are more durable than water-based (a.k.a. latex or acrylic) paints. Oil-based paints are best for high-traffic areas or exteriors. Manufacturers offer only a few oil-based paints for interior use these days because they typically emit unpleasant, potentially unhealthy fumes. Fortunately, latex paints have become more durable and of higher quality.


Interior paints come in a few varieties: acrylic or latex (water-based), alkyd (oil-based), and newer water-based alkyd varieties that perform like oil paints but emit less harmful fumes. Shoppers will want to choose the type that holds up best on the surface they plan to paint.


Opt for the more consistent finish and fade resistance of latex or acrylic paint for walls, seldom-used furnishings, and cabinetry in dry areas. Consider the more impact- and rot-resistant oil-based or water-based alkyd paint for trim work, kitchen and bathroom cabinets, and everyday furnishings.


Because VOCs can be emitted into the air from the time of paint application up to a few months after the paint cures, choosing a paint that dries and cures quickly can help minimize VOC exposure. Look for water-based paints that dry to the touch in 1 hour and cure within 30 days. Oil-based paints should optimally dry to the touch in a few hours, can be recoated by 4 hours, and fully cure within 7 to 14 days. Most paints require the full 14 days to be cured sufficiently for washing or scrubbing.


We also used a roller to apply the same paints to a larger sheet of drywall to compare rolled-on coverage and to determine how much paint was needed to impart a uniform color on the drywall (no thin spots). With enamel paint, we also brushed it on a wood baseboard, as this formula is typically designed for hard-working trim and cabinets. We applied the number of coats recommended by the manufacturer, and then we examined the painted swatches to see how well the paint covered the drywall and camouflaged discrepancies.


Before making a final selection, the following answers to frequently asked questions may provide additional insight into the optimal procedures for selecting the best type of interior paint for walls.


The best colors for bedrooms are nonvisually stimulating hues such as blues and greens or cool grays and neutral creams. However, the best paint to cover dark walls is often another deep or dark tone.


No. But it's highly recommended if you're changing a color from dark to something lighter. The primer adds a solid coat for the new paint application to adhere to and may result in needing fewer coats than painting over a surface without priming it first.Some products we've looked at in this roundup purport to be a combination primer and paint. But even their manufacturers recommend a primer coat in some instances. If you're changing colors from dark to light, we strongly recommend that you apply an actual coat of real primer."}},"@type": "Question","name": "Which interior paint lasts the longest","acceptedAnswer": "@type": "Answer","text": "Generally speaking, the longest-lasting interior paints resist scuffs, scratches, stains, and moisture damage. Many also have antimicrobial finishes, meaning they repel mold and mildew. You can usually expect to pay a higher price per gallon for more durable formulas, but they're often backed by lifetime warranties.","@type": "Question","name": "What paint is the easiest to wipe clean","acceptedAnswer": "@type": "Answer","text": ""Traditionally, the easiest wall paints to wipe clean have been those with a sheen," says DeCrosta. In other words, something with an eggshell or semi-gloss finish is easier to wash off and scrub than a flat or matte finish."]}]}] .icon-garden-review-1fill:#b1dede.icon-garden-review-2fill:none;stroke:#01727a;stroke-linecap:round;stroke-linejoin:round > buttonbuttonThe Spruce The Spruce's Instagram The Spruce's TikTok The Spruce's Pinterest The Spruce's Facebook NewslettersClose search formOpen search formSearch DecorRoom DesignDecoratingDesign StylesSmall SpacesFeng Shui See all GardenPlants A to ZHouseplantsLandscapingPests & ProblemsWild BirdsIn the Weeds With Plant PeopleThe Spruce Gardening Review Board See all Home ImprovementSkills & SpecialtiesPaintingKitchenBathroomInterior RemodelExteriorsOutdoor BuildingHome ServicesGreen ImprovementsThe Spruce Home Improvement Review Board See all CleaningCleaningOrganizingLaundryPest ControlThe Spruce Cleaning Review Board See all CelebrationsEvents & PartiesEtiquette & AdviceBirthdaysGraduations See all What to BuyHow We Test ProductsBeddingFurnitureVacuumsBest GiftsCleaning Products See all NewsHome TrendsBrands & CollectionsSales & DealsHouse ToursPerspectives"One Thing" Video SeriesIn the Weeds With Plant People See all About UsEditorial PolicyProduct TestingDiversity & InclusionGardening Review BoardHome Improvement Review BoardCleaning Review Board See all Get daily tips and tricks for making your best home.Subscribe The Spruce's Instagram The Spruce's TikTok The Spruce's Pinterest The Spruce's Facebook About UsNewsletterPress and MediaContact UsEditorial GuidelinesWhat to BuyHome Improvement ReviewsPaintThe 10 Best Paints for Interior Walls for 2023Sherwin-Williams Cashmere Interior Acrylic Latex is our top choice


Overall, for most uses, we like Sherwin-Williams Cashmere Interior Acrylic Latex. This interior paint boasts buttery-smooth application, effortlessly hiding existing wall colors and drying perfectly even. If you're on a budget, consider Glidden Essentials Interior Paint. And if you're looking for a single-coat, high-coverage formula, HGTV Home by Sherwin-Williams Infinity Advanced Performance Paint + Primer is your best bet.


No. But it's highly recommended if you're changing a color from dark to something lighter. The primer adds a solid coat for the new paint application to adhere to and may result in needing fewer coats than painting over a surface without priming it first.


Some products we've looked at in this roundup purport to be a combination primer and paint. But even their manufacturers recommend a primer coat in some instances. If you're changing colors from dark to light, we strongly recommend that you apply an actual coat of real primer.


Generally speaking, the longest-lasting interior paints resist scuffs, scratches, stains, and moisture damage. Many also have antimicrobial finishes, meaning they repel mold and mildew. You can usually expect to pay a higher price per gallon for more durable formulas, but they're often backed by lifetime warranties.


"Traditionally, the easiest wall paints to wipe clean have been those with a sheen," says DeCrosta. In other words, something with an eggshell or semi-gloss finish is easier to wash off and scrub than a flat or matte finish.


To date, Benjamin Moore boasts more than 3,500 paint color options. This comes as a shock to most property owners who would have difficulty naming only a fraction of them. The good news is that when our customers have an extremely particular opinion on colors, Benjamin Moore can step up and satisfy them.


There is also a bit of panache that goes with choosing Benjamin Moore. Not only do our clients have peace of mind when they make this choice, they also get the opportunity to impress anyone who asks which brand they chose. Finally, Benjamin Moore paint is easy to apply, which can save on labor costs. It is also spatter resistant, which means cleanup is easier.


Paint differs in more than just color; some are made for exterior uses and others for interior surfaces. They also differ in luster (finish) and texture. Some are more expensive than others, which can also influence choice. There are actually several factors that make one paint wildly different from another.


For consumers who want to help the environment as much as they can, Eco Spec is a go-to product. Some paints are known for off putting volatile organic chemicals (VOCs), but with Eco Spec, you have no VOCs at all.


A high-quality paint that appeals to those with discerning tastes and a flexible budget, Aura is a natural choice. The most expensive in the line of Benjamin Moore paints, this one is a thick, self-priming paint that is treated with a mildew resident compound, which makes it a great option for interior areas painting that encounter moisture.


This paint and primer combo is low to zero VOC and is engineered with the Gennex color technology. The finish is durable but smooth. Popular in interior painting projects in break rooms, eateries and pubs, this option is available in 3,000 colors and comes in flat, eggshell and semi-gloss finish. 59ce067264






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