Let's not give up hope just yet.Here is my new quart of Behr paint. Hopefully the tint is perfect for BW.
Don, I will also send you a copy of this as well before I mix in the AAA that I have to order again.
Edit: Sigh.. Looks like the wrong formula again after reading previous threads. Another $12 wasted.
OK, this is the second time (third time really since this is your second attempt) in the last few weeks that folks have had this problem. Something is wrong and we're going to find out what it is! The last base paint you got SHOULD have worked just fine, it was the correct paint number and the correct tint formula. I'm now beginning to wonder if the AAA-F is at fault. I will call Createx tomorrow to see if they have changed this paint in any way recently. Until then please compare your bottles of AAA-F to the photos below and let us know if there are any differences. If there are please post some photos of your bottle.Alright guys.....Today was the first time in weeks I had time to work on my screen. I used the quart of paint I posted earlier the same paint I was told would be correct, mixed with two 4-oz AAA-F. Well its still beige!!! Its not grey not even a little. I am getting frustrated and really just thinking of quitng the whole project. Help please. What must I do. Can I purchase another AAA-F and throw it in there? I need answers.
That's not a stupid question at all! Menards sells PPG paint and the employees in the paint department don't know what PPG stands for? :unbelievable: :doh: While it doesn't say what PPG stands for, the name PPG is on Menards Grand Distinction webpage!!! http://menards.pittsburghpaints.com/color-collections/colornow.aspxThis is probably a stupid question but the paint people at Menards gave me a wierd look when I asked them for "PPG Bermuda Beige". They asked me what the PPG stands for and I couldn't tell them either. I thought it was Pittsburgh Paint something. What does it mean? And could that be the problem? I doubt it since you guys seen my paint numbers and said they would work. I guess my question is, what does PPG stand for?
I don't have a Menards anywhere near me so I've asked Mech to get a quart of paint matching your last one from Menards for testing. Don't know if he will have time to do it, he's one of the busiest people I know. I'll be testing with numerous Valspar paints and an older Behr paint all tinted to BB.Thank you and looking forward in hearing back from you. I plan on attempting this one more time as soon as I hear back.:dontknow: