Are You READY!??! For the Main Event!
In this corner weighting in at 1 quart, eggshell finish, Valspar!! And in this corner weighting in at 1 quart, eggshell finish, Benjamin Moore!! Who will be the Win? LET’S GET IT ON!
SO I recently had a coat closet built in my townhouse because the house didn’t come with one and the only closet was in the master bedroom on the 3rd floor. Who wants to walk up there for a jacket? I needed a White Eggshell finish so I could paint the interior and exterior. I bought 1 quart of Valspar Signature Paint + Primer. I felt I only needed a small amount because it’s a small closet. I know I had written that post about the awful Valspar spray paint but I really wanted to believe the can paint would be better. The Valspar was runny. I didn’t even load the brush with a lot and it still dripped off the brush. It spread horribly, too thin and way too many applications. While you’re painstakingly spreading the paint if you happen to lightly touch a place that’s about 60% dry it will come off onto your brush requiring you to have to paint it over again. I used the whole quart for the smallest closet in the world. The like ray of hope I remembered I had half a gallon of Benjamin Moore White Eggshell Paint + Primer in my garage. Benjamin Moore to the rescue! I painted over all the Valspar with the Benjamin Moore. It spread great and gave a nice coat to the interior of the closet, the exterior and even the closet door. I probably used less than 1 quart to redo the mess Valspar left behind. I now have a great base coat and I am looking forward to going to Benjamin Moore and picking out a great color for the exterior of the closet. Hmm Maybe something in Dark Blue.