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Benjamin Moore Advance Paint - Waterborne Alkyd

Posted by Marlo34 (My Page) on
Wed, Nov 14, 12 at 19:22

Has anyone used this product and how has it held up?

I would like to use this product for my oak staircase, after striping and priming with Fresh Start #46.

Is this paint good for risers? Which sheen removes scuffs better, Pearl/Satin or Semi-gloss? I've heard Magic Eraser works well to remove scuffs but it removes the finish as well.

Would Advance allow me remove scuffs with soap and water?

Thank you.

Marlo


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RE: Benjamin Moore Advance Paint - Waterborne Alkyd

It is fine paint, good for any wood trim. Semi gloss will provide the best washable finish( after 30 day curing )


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RE: Benjamin Moore Advance Paint - Waterborne Alkyd

When I went to the local Benjamin Moore paint store for paint for my back (interior) stairs , the directed me to Stockholm brand, which is so far doing well. I couldn't understand why....does anyone have a clue ?

Here is a link that might be useful: stockholm paint


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RE: Benjamin Moore Advance Paint - Waterborne Alkyd

never heard of it


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