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Benjamin Moore Paint

Benjamin Moore Paints

Why choose Benjamin Moore?

Superior Quality and Performance: The better the resins and colourants, the better quality and performance. Easy to apply products with coverage that saves time and money. Low odour products without that lingering paint smell. Paint that is durable, washable and scrub-able to keep walls in mint condition. Colour that unfailingly delivers “oohs” and “aahs”.

The Gennex Colourant Advantage: In order to maintain environmental responsibility, the Gennex colourants contain zero VOCs, including the darkest colours. Even Benjamin Moore’s zero-VOC paints maintain zero-VOC, while other zero-VOC paints may actually contain VOCs when tinted with UTC.

Corotech Epoxy Coating

COROTECH® Industrial Coatings

COROTECH® High Performance Coatings include Maintenance & Equipment Enamels, High-Performance Epoxies, High-Performance Urethanes, and more.

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Minwax Wood Finish

Minwax Stains

Minwax Wood Finish Stains Benefits:

  • Rich colours that highlight the wood’s grain
  • Deeply penetrates into the wood
  • Enhances any bare or stripped wood surface
  • Can be used as a furnisher stain

Boomerang Recycled Paint

Boomerang Recycled Paint

Boomerang paint is a quality product benefiting from 20 years of paint-recycling know-how. The products are made from unused portions of recovered domestic paint and paints emit four times less greenhouse gas during fabrication than regular paints.

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GarageGuard Epoxy Garage Floor Coating

GarageGuard® Epoxy Garage Floor Coating

GarageGuard is a water-based, catalyzed epoxy that delivers superior chemical, abrasion, and impact resistance in a durable, semi-gloss coating. Can be used on garage floors, basement floors, and other concrete surfaces. GarageGuard is cross-linked for outstanding hardness and chemical resistance.

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Cottage Paint Furniture Refinishing

Repurpose Old Furniture with Cottage Paint

Create the Shabby Chic look with a distressed or antique finish!

Cottage Paint is a clay-based paint that dries to a chalky matte finish and is velvety smooth to the touch.

  • No stripping, sanding or primer needed
  • Perfect for furniture and cupboards
  • Antique gold, bronze, pewter and copper metallic waxes available, in addition to acrylic waxes and beeswax finishes
  • Complete the look with a variety of stencils
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Eco Wood Treatment

No-Maintenance Eco Wood Treatment for New or Untreated Wood

Eco Wood Treatment is a powder composed of natural substances from minerals. It contains no solvents and leaves no harmful residue in water or soil. It contains only 100% organic compounds.

Eco Wood Treatment will migrate with cracking and checking in order to penetrate newly exposed wood. It will not fade, peel or wear of, making it truly maintenance free.

Eco Wood Treatment can be tinted or purchased pre-tinted.

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Paint and Stain Tips

Picking a Powerful Primer

Primers aren’t just diluted paint. they’re formulated to establish a soled, even base, seal stains and ensure that the topcoats of paint of paint go on smoothly and bond securely to the surfaces. Most homeowners use latex primers, but the pros stick to alcohol and alkyd primers because they’ll cover almost anything.

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Planning on painting your kitchen cabinets?

Ask us about our INSL-X Stix® Waterborne Bonding Primer, and you might be able to skip sanding your varnish! This primer-sealer adheres to the most challenging surfaces, including glossy tile, PVC, vinyl, glass, glossy paint, galvanized metals, and more!

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Buying the Best Paintbrush for the Project

A good paintbrush is key to a professional-looking finish and it can range from $10 to $20. When choosing a brush, pay attention to the bristles. Synthetic brushes are made of nylon or polyester, or a combination of the two. Poly bristles are stiffer, which makes them good for exterior or textured work, but for fine interior work, use softer nylon brushes.

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The Sanding Two-Step

Sanding not only feathers out chipped paint and imperfections between coats, but also provides “tooth” for the next coat of paint. For glossy trim, use a sanding sponge rather than sandpaper. Sponges mold to the shape of the trim and last longer than paper.

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