I buy the half size ones. I bought a few today, $1.35 a piece.
Here in Ottawa Canada they are about $2.50 for a 2'x4' and around $1.75 for 2'x2'. I like the bigger 2'x4' so that I can get an idea if the screen paint will hot spot. Also this allows me some trial of application. I roll the long way to simulate doing a section of screen.Are they pretty cheap? Are they with the lumber?
wbassett said:I do have color information on Pratt Lambert
Sorry, I didn't see this post... I must have scrolled right by it!Are they posted anywhere? If so, where can I find them?
In a Behr mix too? Is it similar to EasyFlex?For anyone interested in the True Value Winter Mountain and Winter Mist, I ran into a minor problem with my local True Value. They said those colors do not exist.
I called the main head quarters of True Value and they said any store can still make these paints. If a store insists that they are not valid colors they said to tell them to check the main computer or call the main office and they would tell them what to do.
Also I spoke to Xrite and they provided me with a formula for N7 that can be made anywhere. I'm verifying that right now as well as waiting for a call back from Xrite to see if they know formulas for N8 and N9.
N7 is too dark in my opinion, but if anyone is interested in the mix for Behr or Sherwin Williams let me know.
What is the tint formula for the Behr UPW?Doesn't look to be, different pigments at different ratios. It's hard to tell since this is very dark, around 175 175 175 in shade. An N8 and N9 version would obviously have less in it but I don't know the ratios yet, I'm still waiting to hear back from XRite.