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Behr Premium Plus Texture Finish 7.58l Smooth

Model # 100102|Store SKU # 1000417665

Overview

Model # 100102 Store SKU # 1000417665

  1. Ideal for living rooms, dining rooms, bedrooms, hallways, kitchens and bathrooms
  1. Smooth, workable finish
  1. Ready to use
  1. Topcoat for colour change or extra protection
  1. Bright white
  1. Soap & water clean-up

Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in inches)
6.75
Assembled Height (in inches)
7.75
Assembled Weight (in lbs)
12.5
Assembled Width (in inches)
6.75
Packaged Depth (in inches)
10
Packaged Height (in inches)
9.25
Packaged Weight (In lbs)
30
Packaged Width (in inches)
10

Details

Can Size (L)
7.58
Ceiling Paint
Yes
Country of Origin
US-United States
General Interior Paint
Yes
Paint Key Features
Tintable
Textured Paint
Yes
Tintable
Yes

Warranty / Certifications

Texture Finish 7.58l SmoothBehr Premium Plus Texture Finish 7.58l Smooth
Behr Premium Plus
1000417665
Texture Finish 7.58l Smooth is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 23.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Product! We just used this on 2 walls that had been damaged due to the original owners putting wallpaper directory on the wall board with no primer - tried everything to get the old wallpaper off and it caused damage to the walls. we had gouges and strips and a lot of the old wall paper still on the wall - ended up priming over the top and then applied this product for texture - used a texture roller - worked like a charm - do in 3x3 sections using the W pattern this required the roller to be loaded twice then roll the area both vertically and horizontally - was very easy to use and easy clean up - wear your paint clothes it's messy, but wow - the walls look brand new now!!
Date published: 2014-06-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Texture Paint is All TECHNIQUE I've used this paint successfully for "knock down" texture. This means that you start with the paint with stiff "peaks" on the wall and glide over these peaks with a wide blade scraper. You will not get good results with a texture roller, so forget that. Apply the paint with a large sponge. A sea sponge works best but you can also use a flat synthetic sponge. Spread the paint on the flat sponge like butter, or dip the the sea sponge into a shallow pan of the paint. Then dab, dab, dab a small area (say, 3 feet by 3 feet) until you start to see the peaks forming. You will most likely need to re-dab over some areas, as the peaks tend to droop. Eventually, as the paint begins to set, the peaks will be more pronounced. Take your wide blade (I get best results with a plastic one), and VERY LIGHTLY stroke over the peaks to get the "knock down" effect. Clean the bade with a damp cloth FREQUENTLY. Once you stroke over an area, it's difficult to go over it again without making it look too flat. So you may need to grab your sponge and re-dab some areas if you are not satisfied. Keep everything very clean. Small particles of debris will create visible groove lines that will ruin the effect. If this happens, try to pick the particle off the wall, re-dab, and stroke over again with your blade. You will also want to overlap your 3 x 3 areas a bit as you work. Don't dab too much paint on the wall, If your paint fails to hold peaks after working with it awhile you are probably dabbing it on too heavily. Remember that part of the appeal of "knock down" is an irregular pattern, so don't get too picky about what you see in the small area that you are working on. Instead, try to keep your focus on the entire wall. Also remember that knock-down texture always looks a bit worse BEFORE it is painted. This paint needs to dry thoroughly before final painting so wait at least a day before that job. If you are unsure, practice on a scrap piece of plywood held up vertically. You can scrape it off an try again until you feel fairly confident of your technique. Another nice effect is to do "swirls" with a whisk broom, but I have only seen the end results without trying it myself. I hope this helps anyone who is frustrated with texture painting or has had less than satisfactory results.
Date published: 2014-03-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Took Some Trial and Error - Turned out great! This product was tricky to apply at first. I soon figured out that by using large amoutns of product and rolling it on in a criss cross pattern instead of up and down like paint, it went on great. It covers holes and leaves an attractive fresh finish. You shouldn't expect perfection in the texture, but with a little creaticity this stuff looks great.
Date published: 2012-10-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I love BEHR Smooth Texture Paint! I love BEHR Smooth Texture Paint! I used it for the first time yesterday. The Project was a small 5 x 8 bathroom. The original walls had previously been painted then sections had been cutout where the electrical had been accessed and where large portions of the wall had been cut away due to rot then patched with new drywall. The Application - I must confess I didn’t read the directions. We used a drill with a paint mixer bit and thoroughly mixed the texture. Once smooth I applied the texture with a plastic putty knife. BEHR Smooth Texture Paint covered all of the imperfections perfectly. I used two, 2 gal buckets of the BEHR Smooth Texture Paint. I couldn’t be happier. Only once before have I applied a standard drywall mud which I found to be somewhat of a pain as you had to sand/apply/sand/apply multiple coats to get a smooth look. BEHR Smooth Texture Paint was easy to apply and achieve a hand-textured look. Originally, I had intended to smooth finish the wall and had, in fact, easily achieved the look when I changed my mind. Both the smooth look and the hand textured look took less time than I thought I would need going into the project. I only took me total of 5 hours, which includes mixing and clean-up. The negative reviews all seemed to be wrapped up in using a roller to apply, which apparently is what the (not read) directions specified. On the reviews I read, the reviewers who love the product didn’t follow the application via roller method. I should note I do plan to paint over the finish. I am very picky that whatever color I use matches the items around it. I can’t wait to see the finished bathroom. If I can upload a photo after I get done I'll let you see what the walls look like when they are painted. I did try to take a photo of the textured walls but my photo talents aren't up to showing the subtle texture on white walls.
Date published: 2012-09-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Be Careful of all reviews The reviews of the Behr texture paints seem to be all the same whether you are looking at smooth, sand, or popcorn finishes, which are three completely different animals. My experience was with the popcorn version. I found it was extremely difficult to roll, whether with the recommended loop roller, or with 3/8" and 1/2" nap rollers that I tried in desperation. The initial mixture was so thick that the rollers would not even pick it up out of the paint tray--I ended up diluting it with water. Even then, I had to force the paint into the roller, and then push very hard to force it onto the ceiling. I broke three rollers and one extension handle in the process. I have used Behr's smooth finish texture paint before with satisfactory results, and I intend to try the sand finish next time to see how it works. But I will never, never, use the popcorn finish again.
Date published: 2012-05-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Looks GREAT! My first attempt looked OK when I rolled it on. But I decided to try putting it on with a hopper gun. I set the air pressure at 40 PSI and thinned the paint with approx 1 cup of water. This looks GREAT! I'm removing old popcorn and this is what will be throughout my house. It took me a month working with different textures and techniques, this is the easiest. The toughest part was taping everything and covering the floor. I had my master bedroom re-textured a few years ago. Not only does my work look better than the knockdown, but cost a FRACTION of the cost. The only problem I have is my compressor is only 6 gallon, so I have to stop and let the compressor catch up. But with the money I'm saving I'm getting a much bigger compressor tomorrow. The best part is "MY WIFE LOVES IT"!
Date published: 2011-10-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to use Used smooth texture paint with a 6 inch sheep wool roller to texture above kitchen cabinets that previously had wallpaper. Worked beautifully! Much easier than thinning down joint compound to texture with.
Date published: 2011-08-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Horrible stuff I love all the other Behr paints and use them exclusively but this stuff is awful and I would NOT recommend you buy it. Years ago Home Depot had a good texture paint that gave wonderful results. I used it in several rooms in my house with really professional looking results. Now they switched to this Behr brand that is so thin it just splatters everywhere, is hard to use and leaves an ugly texture, looks like it was done by a beginner. I gave up (and I never do that) scraped and washed the whole mess off and threw it all away, big waste of money. Textured the walls instead with joint compound for a much nicer finish.
Date published: 2011-07-28
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When using Beir all in one primmer and paint for the 1st. coat can the normal Beir paint be used for 2nd coat.

Asked by: Anonymous
Behr's Premium Plus paints (without primer) can be applied over the Ultra paints as long as the surface is clean and in sound condition.
Answered by: HildaL
Date published: 2017-07-08

Are small sample pots available to test color?

Asked by: Anonymous
Behr sample sizes are available at Home Depot retailers. Please check with your local Home Depot for availability.
Answered by: HildaL
Date published: 2013-10-23

will this paint cover dark blue, I'm thinking of a light turquoise.

Asked by: Anonymous
Behr's Premium Plus Paints is a great paint that can be used to drastically change the color of a room. Keep in mind that certain colors may require more than one coat for complete hide.
Answered by: HildaL
Date published: 2013-10-23

Is it possible to use this paint to paint over basement floor (very old) linoleum?

Our basement floor (very old) lino tiles were previously painted over -- around 15 years ago, and we're thinking of doing it again -- though also wrestling with just adding cork or laminate. However, if we do paint over, we're wondering if this sort of combo-interior paint would work over older floor tiles.
Asked by: Anonymous
Behr's Premium Plus Ultra does not have foot traffic resistance. Linoleum or tiles are very smooth slick surfaces. It is recommended to scuff sand, primer and paint with a floor paint. Behr's Porch and Floor Paint can work on most floor projects.
Answered by: HildaL
Date published: 2013-10-23

Can you use this latex primer/paint over oil based paint?

Asked by: Anonymous
Behr's Premium Plus Ultra Interior paints may be applied over an oil base coating. To assure proper adhesion it is recommended to clean and degloss the existing finish before the application of the Ultra paint.
Answered by: HildaL
Date published: 2013-10-23

Painting on fresh drywall

Do you still need to use a primer on drywall before you use this paint?
Asked by: Anonymous
Behr's Premium Plus Ultra Interior paints may be applied over new drywall. Keep in mind that a porous surface or working with certain colors may require the application of additional coats.
Answered by: HildaL
Date published: 2013-10-23

I dont see the coverage area on the specs .

I dont find anywhere on the specification as to how many liters does it come in one container. Nor does it say anything about coverage area.
Asked by: Anonymous
Coverage for Behr's Premium Plus Ultra is 23-37 m2 (250-400 sq. ft.) per 3.79 L (gallon container) depending on the surface texture, porosity and application method.
Answered by: HildaL
Date published: 2013-10-23

What's the cost of a 18.9L pail of Behr Premium Plus Ultra?

Asked by: Anonymous
Please contact you local Home Depot store for pricing. Sorry for the inconvenience.
Answered by: OnlineAssociate
Date published: 2013-10-23
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