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PaulCosta

05:26AM | 07/22/04
Member Since: 07/21/04
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Does anyone know what Suede paint works best?

I can't seem to find any reviews on sherwin-williams soft suede paint in terms of coverage and overall quality. As well, I've heard mixed reviews about Ralph Lauren's Suede paint. From the RL reviews I've read, it seems the pro's hate RL and amateurs don't seem to have any trouble with it??

WHICH ONE IS BEST??

thanks

dldickey

12:10PM | 07/23/04
Member Since: 07/22/04
1 lifetime posts
I used Sherwin Williams Soft Suede in "Gourd" color. It took 4 plus coats but was kinda fun. However, the result is very subtle, not what I was looking for. I think in darker colors the result would be better. I am having can ceiling lights installed and think I'll see more texture with downlighting like that. I can't compare to RL suede. I did use RL sand paint and would never use it again. It was torture to apply and there's no way to blend edging and what you roll. Once dry it's impossible to clean off smudges, etc. I wonder if RL Suede would have similar problems?

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julton02

06:08PM | 07/25/04
Member Since: 07/24/04
6 lifetime posts
I used Valspar Brushed Suede paint (got it at Lowe's) with very good results. I like a very subtle effect and this is what I got - I forget the name of the color but it's a tan/sand-type tone. Looks great in my family room.

julton02

06:10PM | 07/25/04
Member Since: 07/24/04
6 lifetime posts
Forgot to add - the Valspar covered very well in 2 coats over a white primed wall.
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