04:18PM | 01/09/14
Hi there!

I just bought a house that happens to have RL River Rock paint in one of our rooms and the color just doesn't look good. I want to remove it. From reading the above posts, it sounds like I don't have to scrape it off to go back to smooth walls. Is it true that primer and some high quality paint (like Benjamin Moore) will cover the texture?



01:38PM | 01/12/14
Wow I was looking to repaint my new house in this because I used it in my current home. I had no problems and loved the look for over 10 years.


10:35AM | 01/08/15
i have used this paint also and it looks exactly like its supposed to. I was not an experienced painter when i did it and i did buy the special rollers and followed the directions. The salesperson at home depot recommended a primer tinted grey with the green moss RL paint and I did that too.It did take longer than using regular paint, any texture would though. i used it about 6 years ago in a busy room and it still looks great, it has not rubbed off like someone told me it would.


11:02AM | 02/15/15
I have had great success applying the first coat as directed, then as I roll on the second coat in a perpendicular direction, I use a fat stiff brush to stipple with additional paint all over at random. This obliterates all streaks.


01:50AM | 02/25/15
Member Since: 02/24/15
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The best thing you should do is to check this out
it can help you a lot. You can save your time ,effort as well as money. .


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