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Return unused untinted paint?

Posted by gsciencechick (My Page) on
Fri, Aug 3, 12 at 16:24

I am finishing up the guest room, and I only used just under one gallon of paint for two coats. I have a little left over for touchups. I really love the SW Celery! Pics soon.

I have another whole gallon that is untinted bought during the SW 40% sale. I can keep it for the next time I paint, or return it. Realistically, the earliest I would likely paint any other room would be Christmas or even all the way to maybe spring break or next summer. My fall and Thanksgiving breaks aren't much of a break.

Thanks.


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RE: Return unused untinted paint?

i'd keep it and have it tinted when you are ready. Once tinted and shaken it will be good to go and you will have the savings ! A win/win. c


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RE: Return unused untinted paint?

Just keep the tin closed and store it for when you are ready to paint again, it will be fine.


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RE: Return unused untinted paint?

Thanks, ladies. Maybe if I keep it, I'll be motivated to paint over Christmas, LOL.

Trailerunner, forgot to thank you for the blanket. It's ready to go.


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