11:00AM | 09/19/04
Member Since: 09/18/04
1 lifetime posts
What I have learned using Behr paint is that they have great customer service (although, reading some of the posts on this website you may think otherwise). I had a problem with Behrs sandwashing product in that it was taking far to many coats for the paint to be effective. I called their customer service and they had me go out and by any other paint from their product line, however many gallons I needed to redo the rooms affected. I sent in all the labels from the cans with the receipt and they refunded my money including the original sandwashing paint. In addition, they also paid for new rollers, new paint brushes, etc.... I seriously recommend that you call the number on your can and talk to them about it. I did not have to beg, they very happily did all this for me.


06:12AM | 01/24/05
Member Since: 01/23/05
2 lifetime posts
I have contacted Behr about my dissatisfaction

with the product/look, etc.

They are willing to reimburse me for paint, but

not new paint, rollers, brushes, etc.

Any ideas?


06:24AM | 02/19/05
Member Since: 02/18/05
1 lifetime posts
Hi, I have got a suggestion for any and all of your paint and stain needs. Get it right the first time and use a dependable Canadian coating.

Go to and check out their full line of paints and chemicals. I have presonally used their household paint (which is half the price of behr paints) and found that it was excellent and had no problems with it.

Behl paints gave great hiding the first coat and the service was amazing. They have a full staff of chemists.

Thank you.

Rick from Ontario, Canada.


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