Is ProMar 200 good paint?

The regular ProMar 200 paint at Sherwin Williams is good paint, but it does take longer to dry than the zero VOC brand. Depending on the moisture and temperature in a room, it could take a couple of hours for a coat of regular ProMar paint to dry to the touch.

How much is ProMar 200 per gallon?

ProMar 200 The cost is between $24 to $30 per gallon, depending on the finish selected. A flat finish is the cheapest and gloss is the most expensive. ProMar 200 is the only paint I recommend from the ProMar brand at Sherwin Williams.

What is Sherwin Williams ProMar 200 used for?

ProMar® 200 HP Zero VOC Interior Acrylic is made for commercial or light industrial jobs because of its high-performance durability, abrasion resistant formula, and outstanding hide.

What sheens does ProMar 200 come in?

ProMar 200 (commercial grade paint) comes in Flat, Eg-Shel, Low Sheen, Semi-Gloss, Gloss – yes, 5 different sheens.

Does ProMar 200 paint have primer in it?

ProMar® 200 Zero VOC Interior Latex Primer is a durable, professional quality, interior vinyl acrylic primer. It prepares and seals the surface to provide good topcoat performance.

Which type of Sherwin Williams paint is best?

Best Overall: Sherwin-Williams Cashmere Interior Acrylic Latex. Our top choice is Sherwin-Williams Cashmere. This acrylic latex paint/primer combo stands out for its buttery smooth application. It automatically levels out into an even layer.

Does Sherwin Williams ProMar 200 have primer in it?

What line of Sherwin Williams paint is best?

Is Sherwin Williams ProMar 200 a primer?

Is ProMar 200 water or oil based?

ProMar 200 Interior Waterbased Acrylic-Alkyd Achieve durable, smooth, high-performance finishes with minimal environmental impact. Recommended for interior application on primed plaster, wallboard, wood, masonry, and primed metal.

Is ProMar 200 mold resistant?

ProMar 200 Zero VOC Interior Latex, however, inhibits the growth of mold and mildew due to its antimicrobial agents and is available in all colors. It also meets very stringent VOC requirements and complies with LEED GREENGUARD Environmental Institute regulations.

How long does ProMar 200 take to cure?

All new surfaces must be cured according to the supplier’s recommendations— usually about 30 days.