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Emerald Flat interior

★☆☆☆☆
1 5 1
This is like painting with chalk, it starts to dry immediately. No chance whatsoever of keeping a wet edge. Cannot believe how far less a gallon of this goes. At $60/gal. there is no way I will ever use this paint again.

Sherwin Williams emerald

★☆☆☆☆
1 5 1
This isn't even paint I don't know what it is 3 coats and still not solid on drywall with a light color have never seen any paint on the market perform like this I am a painting contractor 20 years plus,so don't be fooled by the price it's worst product ever

Emerald

★☆☆☆☆
1 5 1
Box effect, box effect with the darker colors. Not impressed and this not top line paint. The promar 200 is superior to this crap.

Sherwin Williams Emerald Semi-Gloss

★☆☆☆☆
1 5 1
I never imagined that I would have such a streaking mess on my hands after painting today. I've always used high end paints. This was my first and last experience with Sherwin Williams paint. Streaks everywhere. Even after 3 coats. There is a definite quality is with the Emerald line.

Emerald/ S&W

★★★★☆
4 5 1
I give the paint either 4 or 5 stars. I painted interior walls that had not been painted since the Owner first bought the home. Beautiful Home, expense Home, Cream of the Crop Area, now I am going with a Cream of the Crop paint, paint held its own, went over a little darker color and did fine, one coat, was a little loose on the roller, yet covered great, better than a 30.00 a gallon paint, here is where is the rub, is it worth 50.00-70.00 dollars a can, not sure if color change was more can the paint still be a one coat paint, bottom line , Owner seems to be very pleased, this is how I measure everything. what is there?

Emerald

★★★★☆
4 5 1
Love It!/Hate it! The consistency of this paint varies greatly due to conditions that can't be predicted. Temperature and humidity can make or break an Emerald job due to the very swift dry times. I have used the same color on multiple projects with very different results. In general I love how it sprays woodwork but wouldn't use on large surface areas in direct sunlight, high heat or very low humidity.

emerald interion satin

★☆☆☆☆
1 5 1
list price was $70 per gallon. we did get a discount. i cut around all doors and woodwork first, then rolled paint on rest of room. where I cut with the brush was still highly visible. went over with a brush again. same result. called sherwin williams and they said it was called "picture framing" and had something to do with the roller texture vs the brush. was told to go over brushed areas and then follow with a dry roller. Did as instructed and the shadow still showed though. That's three times the windows and doors were cut in with the same result. Been paining for over 40 years. Never had this happen with any other brand of paint. Will never buy Sherwin Williams paint again and tell anyone who will listen not to either. I also am friends with three home builders who use private painting contractors. I will also advise them to not have their painters to use Sherwin Williams paint as the formula must have been altered and it is terrible.

Sherwin-Williams Emerald paint

★☆☆☆☆
1 5 1
Worst paint on the market. I'm not sure if this is some prank by Sherwin-Williams to sell this garbage for 60 plus dollars a gallon. We lost a lot of Labor and money using this crap product, go Benjamin Moore Aura

Emerald/ S&W

★★★★★
5 5 1
Very good paint, I had painted the home for first time with Superpaint, which is a very good paint, yet Emarald is better, kinda like Duration, yet flows a lot better. Very Satisfied Customer/ PrimeTime Paiting.

Emerald

★☆☆☆☆
1 5 1
This is the worst paint that I have used , the coverage suck , it's like using colored water . This paint doesn't deserve any stars

emerald interior paint

★☆☆☆☆
1 5 1
Ghastly! I asked for VOC free (or low VOC) paint and was sold this paint which I nearly died from, it is so loaded with noxious out-gassing chemicals- far worse than ordinary latex. How can they claim this paint is VOC free or even low? They don't care at all what they do to people, just as long as they get their money. This paint should be taken off thee market. I wouldn't have given it even one star but the site requires picking stars.

Emerald exterior

★☆☆☆☆
1 5 1
You would think that 65$ per gallon paint is like gold in a can...don't be fooled by high price paint and think that it's the best...3 coats painting white over white...dries before it even comes off the brush leaving ropey brush marks..also added latex extender..I am a professional painting contractor and will never use this product again...it's a gimmick.dont fall for it

Emerald semi-gloss

★★☆☆☆
2 5 1
Terrible coverage. Needed 3 applications to get uniformity. What has happened to SW paint ? Used to be great.

Prime RX

★★★★★
5 5 1
This is a great product

Emerald Satin

★☆☆☆☆
1 5 1
Horrible, peeling in areas, brush and roller marks, coverage is so uneven.

Emerald

★☆☆☆☆
1 5 1
Horrible! We painted our family room and it streaked, not one coat coverage and it smelled awful. I had to give this a one star because you can't give negative stars. I want our money back!!

Emerald Paint

★★★★★
5 5 1
Surprised at all the bad reviews... This paint is beautiful and rich and left virtually no odor. I couldn't be happier! My building painter (I live in a luxury apartment and he does a LOT of painting) said it is very high quality and beautiful.

emerald semi gloss interior

★☆☆☆☆
1 5 1
I have been painting for thirty years. This is the worst paint ever, doesn't level, doesn't do anything right. It shows every angle and direction of the roller once dry. It's like liquid plastic, doesn't even look like paint. I'm going back to Super and Pro Classic. I lost my shirt today because of this overpriced bullshit.

Emerald Interior Satin

★☆☆☆☆
1 5 1
Worst paint I ever used. Allowed 1st coat to dry 24 hrs, then rolled second coat. 30 minutes later, large blisters formed, I could peel both coats of Emerald from the wall in large sheets. Sales guy says I must have done something wrong. I've been painting 40 yrs and never had this happen. I have used SWP since the 70's but I now am switching to BM. The only reason I am giving it 1 star is because I can't give negative stars.

Emerald Interior Acrylic Latex

★★★★★
5 5 1
We have painted our interior completely using this product and couldn't be more happy. The coverage was more than stated, it dried quickly, there was no smell. And the personnel who helped us at the local store were great, too.

SW Emerald

★☆☆☆☆
1 5 1
Horrible. 3 coats and it still shows through. Worst SW product I ever bought.

Emeraid

★☆☆☆☆
1 5 1
This paint is the worst paint i have ever use, took me 4 coats to cover the walls and it could have used another coat, for $60 a gallon they can keep it. This don't even deserve 1 star

emerald matte

★☆☆☆☆
1 5 1
We used this product for the first time. Never again. We applied matte finish over SW super paint flat. Same color. First coat really soaked in. Understandable. Second coat flashed, showed every roller and brush mark, and looked like different colors in all the cut in areas. After complaining to my rep. I got 4 more gallons free. After the 3rd coat, it looked worst. Never had this problem with any other SW paints, or Behr.

SW emerald

★★★★★
5 5 1
I don't get the negative reviews !! It's the best paint I've ever used. It covered very dry new drywall( that had been barely painted poorly once ) in one coat. No running, little odor. Looks gorgeous everywhere in several different shades . My excellent painter recommended it but I am painting until he's awailable.

Sherwin-Williams Emerald

★★★★★
5 5 1
From a real pro...I was extremely skeptical when a client requested Emerald by SW. I used interior Matte and Satin....both excellent coverage. Actually surprised me. Have since used in my own home. I have only used exterior Satin Emerald. Colors were bright and still covered in one coat! Again this was on my own house. Don't believe the haters. Emerald is well worth it...as is Benny Moore Aura. Both are great paints.

Emerald

★☆☆☆☆
1 5 1
I used Sherwin Williams paint when I rebuilt my house 7 years ago. I have been using pro-classic for trims and duration for walls. We decided to repaint one of the rooms and I was the Emerald is the new product and more superior. I found the coverage is extremely poor. I have to brush all the edging 3 times in order to fully cover. Roller I have to go over twice. This is not a one coat painting. Mind you the original color is a light white and I used the classic Ivory for the new paint. I used Matt finish and the touch is different from Duration. Disappointing.....

Sherwin Williams Emerald Exterior Gloss

★☆☆☆☆
1 5 1
I'm a professional painter and this is by far the worst paint I have ever used. It dried so fast on a not hot and not humid day that we had about 30 seconds open time. Paint dragged and streaked and did not self level at all. Poor coverage. Had sheen mismatch problem. We tried every trick in the book to make this work out and it didn't . Never use this again. Called the store and they said they never heard of problems with this paint...hmmm. There are certainly a lot of people here who do.

emerald matte and satin

★☆☆☆☆
1 5 1
What I can usually get done in two days has already taken four. Have NEVER had this problem before in over fifteen years. One room took five coats to get a solid finish.Think I will put painting process on yyoutube and compare to show difference for all the ones who want to say whoever is complaining about this paint does not know how to paint and also for all the ppl who will loose money and buy a poor product. By the way, the home I am painting now is a 1.2 million dollar home, you do not get jobs and steady work like this without being really good and serious about your work.

Sherwin Williams Emerald

★☆☆☆☆
1 5 1
Bad coverage and finish. Awful smell that takes FOREVER to go away!

S.W. PrimeRx Peel Bonding Primer

★★★★★
5 5 1
I just used 4 gallons of Prime Rx Peel Bonding Primer and was very impressed. I applied it to T1-11 siding that was chipping and peeling really bad. Before applying I performed all the normal prep to all the damaged/ peeling areas, pressure washed, followed by wire brushes and scrapers, and lastly I took an orbital sander to the whole house to kind of smooth out imperfections and scuff up the existing paint to increase top coat adhesion. After prepping I used the Prime RX to spot prime all the damaged areas. I was very impressed with the ease of application, dry time, and how thick it was. Even though it was dry to the touch in about 2 hours I still allowed it to dry for 48 hours. I then put a top coat of Sherwin Williams Supper Paint. All the peeling areas and imperfections are un recognizable even after the 1st coat, but I still applied a 2nd coat, because that's just what you have to do if you want to put a warranty on your work. In my experience ( I've peen painting professionally for 12 years and owned my company ALL IN ONE WA. for 2 years www.allinonewa.com) Primer RX Peel Bonding is one of the best primers I have used. I have painted many exterior houses here in the North West where paint was peeling and chipping. Performed the same exact prep techniques as above but used Zinsser Bulls Eye, Killz, and other primers to only have imperfections show afterwards, and in result have to apply more coats, or fix it with All Purpose Bondo. I've also used Zinsser Peel Stop 3x thick. It's good primer also but I found that I had to apply 2 coats to get the results Sherwin Williams Primer Rx Peel Bonding Primer, this stuff works great, but don't skip out on the normal prepping steps.

You Must Be Kidding! Awful!

★★☆☆☆
2 5 1
I'm a retired union painter and have used every type of paint you can imagine from latex flat to epoxy on large commercial jobs like NASA, and military government bases. I've also done a lot of new home construction. I purchased this paint since I decided to start painting a bedroom on a Sunday afternoon and the store is much closer than the Benjamin Moore store 25 miles away that I have been a patron of for over 25 years. Big mistake! I used two colors: One on an accent wall, and another on the rest. The accent wall is painted a dark navy, and the rest a creamy beige/gold. The main area paint went on well over a medium shade of taupe requiring only one coat. It has no visible sheen, no roller marks, brush marks, etc.. When I started the navy accent wall, the paint seemed very thin, and wasn't covering well at all. I had to go and buy more today since it didn't cover well, and spoke about it to the manager. He suggested their brand of polyester roller cover even though I had used the same thing in Wooster brand. I took the bait, and bought it. It really did help the application, but once the second coat dried you could see shiny roller marks, and very visible brush marks in the corners and everywhere else I cut in even though I was using a brand new Purdy brush meant for this type of paint. Needless to say I'm not happy this small job has turned into a 3 day project since tomorrow I will either roll on another coat, or give up and go back for a can of flat, depending on what the manager says when I call in the morning. Seriously, I have used Behr paint for customers who supplied their own that out performed this by a long shot. Next time I'll just wait until I can get to my regular BM store. With all of the driving back and forth to SW I'm doing, I've probably put on more miles than I would have going to BM. Not to mention all of my wasted time. What an ordeal. Lesson learned. I'm giving this product two stars based on the coverage on the taupe walls. I didn't think the cleanup was all that great. It really dries and sticks hard to even a plastic roller pan insert. What little I did get on my skin was hard to scrub off, too. Not sure this even deserves more than one star. Oh, well...

s***** pain

★☆☆☆☆
1 5 1
I'm a professional painter we spray A three tone for the first time with emerald the baseboard peeled the ceiling peeled the walls peeled and had a really strong older could not be in the house without a mask and then still had to open windows in every room after I was done un masking major major pain in my ass will never use it again and it took three coats of primer and three coats of emerald before it actually looks halfway decent

Terrible

★☆☆☆☆
1 5 1
This paint is absolutely terrible! I have just put on the 4th coat and the old color is streaking through!!! Very disappointed!!!! This was a waste of my time!!!

Good looking, durable finish. Low workability time.

★★★★☆
4 5 1
Pros: Matte gave a really nice looking finish quality. Finish seems hard, durable, and very scrubable. Excellent adhesion! Used the Satin over semi-gloss and stuck like crazy with no sanding of old paint. Could not scrape it off even after a couple hours. Semi-gloss also has excellent adhesion over old semi-gloss, again without sanding. The semi-gloss seems to have a softer, more rubbery feel than the matte did once cured, as per the fingernail press test. Cons: Biggest downside by far was a VERY short window of workability. All three finshes dry very quickly! You need to be very careful about rolling or brushing finishing strokes - more than about 3 minutes and it's already tacky and will not be wet-workable. Roll over after that and you've messed up the finish quality badly! Cleanup can also be a real pain. If it's on your hands for 5 minutes, you already have to use a scrub pad, or alcohol or acetone. Water and soap will not clean it off in that very short time.

Egg coloring

★☆☆☆☆
1 5 1
I put a lot of work into a wall for contrast. I have painted for many years . I truly believe that Emerald paint is for egg coloring. One good thing is easy cleanup. Cleans like rinsing water colors. Worst nightmare ever in all my years of painting.

emerald exterior gl

★☆☆☆☆
1 5 1
This is the worst experience painting I have ever had. The paint is very temp.sensitive. does not level like claims. 200 sq. Ft per gal are you kidding me. For 75.00 gal retail. You are talking 150.00 to do the same as most any other products on the market. Can't spread it like others so you can't make good time. Save a headache and a bunch of cash go with super paint or resilience.

Steaking

★☆☆☆☆
1 5 1
This is my first and last with using sw emerald paint. On the third coat I am seeing a lot of streaking. Very disappointed to say the least. the local store wanted to blame applicator and not selecting proper rollers

Great product. 49$/g

★★★★☆
4 5 1
I would give 5 stars if the price would be around 40$/g. Great coverage. Easy cut and roll. 54$ with tax it's too pricey to me.

Peeling paint, poor coverage, smells bad

★☆☆☆☆
1 5 1
We have used Sherwin Williams Duration paint before so we are new to this Emerald series, which is supposed to be the best and most expensive. Extremely unhappy with the paint as the coverage is very bad(the light colored previous wall color shows through). Pain started peeling near the baseboards within few hours and the painters had to rip it open and redo it and its not low VOC and it reeks of strong smell, almost like ammonia. One extremely unhappy customer!

Homemaker

★★☆☆☆
2 5 1
I was disappointed in the paint as the coverage was poor. Painted over a white wall and can see uneven areas plus shadows after it dried so need to do another coat. Color was good and paint did not drip. The paint is expensive and should have better coverage.

Best Paint I've ever used

★★★★★
5 5 1
I find it funny reading all these results and wondering how a moron could give this paint a low rating. This paint is the best paint I've ever used. Coverage is great. Levels nicely. The finish is incredible. You can wash it, scrub it. Got everything done in one coat. Anyone who submitted a low rating is an idiot who clearly just can't paint and shouldn't paint.

Top notch

★★★★★
5 5 1
First off Max...he paints a topcoat within an hour of priming isnt a solid painter. Peel bond is outstanding. Used it on badly weathered and spider webbed cedar lapboard. Does wonders. I let my coatings cure at least 24hrs based on weather/humidity. Great product.

Disappointing

★☆☆☆☆
1 5 1
Emerald paint application was challenging. We are a family of painters by trade and have painted countless times. But the coverage of this paint is poor. We typically use Benjamin Moore (still our favourite paint company) but this time wanted some new colors based on the ones we have seen on the houze app. Cannot judge other types from this company, but I think we are going back to what we know works well. Completely over priced for what you get.

Not happy

★☆☆☆☆
1 5 1
I bought this paint on the recommendation of the salesman at our local SW store. $62 a gallon being very pricey, I thought it would be a simpler easier project...not so! I was only covering a beige flat latex with Emerald matte in a blue color. After three coats I am still seeing color variations and spots. It is not the prep, there were no issues there, it is the paint. I would not recommend this paint at all.

Emerald Interior

★★★★☆
4 5 1
I thought it was very good, but it didn\\\'t seem to get the square footage per gallon I expected

Very happy

★★★★★
5 5 1
I used this on the railing of two decks this summer (decking is composite). I was surprised by how thick it was but once I got the hang of it (you can\\\'t brush over and over it like a stain), it went on easy and really did seal up small cracks and splinters. The rails look so much better. It basically hides all the weathering that had taken place. I like the non-stick finish. Candle votives, glasses and bottles stay put.

Tried It - Loved It!

★★★★★
5 5 1
I stained my deck three years ago and it flaked off so I really was not happy to be doing this project again BUT then we saw the DeckOver product and decided this appeared to give us the look we wanted and hopefully durability. \r\n\r\nDeckOver was so much easier to apply than the stain had been. Even with drop cloths under the deck I had very little drippage (is that a word?) whereas the stain was everywhere. Each coat (I did two) went on easily and we love the results. The rich color is great and the little bit of texture that it gave the wood is barely noticeable under our bare feet. We would definitely recommend DeckOver!

Super cool Purdy Dual Roll Off Bucket

★★★★★
5 5 1
Love it, set it up in a room and use both sides! The only thing I would change are the extreme corners, put more of a slope so the paint flows out better into the main pan area.. other than that it is super! I use 18\\\" rollers most of the time (if I can get away with it) and to not have to turn the bucket to use the rollers is insanely more efficient!\r\n\r\nHopefully the update will have a better corner area (more slope please).. but this is a dang nice bucket/pan and for a single user, or multiple users.. it really helps work flow!

Great gripping

★★★★★
5 5 1
This is one of those products that when you look at it you slap yourself in the head and say \\\"why didn\\\'t I think of that?\\\" A very simple idea that works very very well.\r\n\r\nMy crew has one of the 4x15 runners. It has been used on multiple hallways and staircases and works extremely well. The best part is the true grip feel on hardwood floors. The crew asked me where I found it and they are likely looking for more.\r\n\r\nOne funny aside is that this product gets that painter who refuses to believe there is a top and bottom to a canvas drop cloth to see that yes there is. There is NO putting this one down with the paint side down. \r\n\r\nThank you... great product ... grip away and lets make the job safer and easier for all of us.\r\n

Not impressed

★★☆☆☆
2 5 1
24-48 hours recoat time does not save time. As the article says: time is money. (Peel Bond, by XIM, is thicker, and ready for topcoat in 3 hours)

it\\\'s about time.

★★★★★
5 5 1
Its about time someone solved this age old problem!

Cover Grip drops

★★★★★
5 5 1
So far the Cover Grip drop has been a great addition to my collection. It is very durable and lays down with a snap unlike other lighter weight drops. It hugs the surfaces just as advertised too, you can lay it on a set of stairs without fiddling around with it too much. The dots on the back make it heavy enough to give it a flick and it glides right in the corners. Another thing I like is the dots are a dead giveaway fot which side it \\\"up\\\". A pet peeve of mine is having paint on both sides of a drop (a little OCD there) no mistaking putting down the wet side by mistake when moving drops around. Yes folding is easy tot....just wish the dots were white , that\\\'s just the OCD talkin again!\r\nGreat product!

PrimeRx Review

★★★★☆
4 5 1
It\\\'s a fairly new product but I have used it 4-5 times now and it seems comparable to PeelBond. It tints a little better and is able to match up to the homeowners chosen color.

Prime RX

★★★★☆
4 5 1
SW Prime RX is a mid grade bonding primer in my opinion. Pricing is in the middle ($39.00 my cost @ local SW) The original and still the top grade product is Mad Dog Primer. But, at a price tag of $69-$75 per gallon, it is at times prudent to go with the SW knockoff, Prime RX. The bottom of the barrel is the Zinsser Triple thick peel stop which runs $35 per gallon at the Home depot. What I like about MDP (mad dog primer) is that it goes on thicker and is permanently tacky. We refinish a ton of exteriors that have in the past had serious fail issues. When used properly these elastomeric primers are amazing. We make sure our prep work (scraping & sanding) are as fine as possible and spare no expense to make sure our prepared surfaces are better than any of our competitors in our area. I cannot imagine using a bonding primer in order to skimp on prep work . In New England, the wooden exteriors expand and contract greatly. When you use a elastomeric primer with a premium top coat (Aura, Duration, or Emerald) your finish will move with the wood\\\'s movements during winter, spring, summer, and fall.

SW Emerald Interior Semigloss

★☆☆☆☆
1 5 1
I\\\'ve only used a few gallons on one job and I was very disappointed with results. colors used were a match from Benjamin Moore. AF-45 Collector\\\'s Item and 2065-10 Admiral Blue.\r\n\r\nI\\\'ve never done more than 2 coats to achieve proper color representation and film thickness. It took 3 coats and I still wasn\\\'t very pleased with the results. I have used their New ProMar 200 Zero VOC with great results at a much lower price. I will never use SW Emerald again. \r\n\r\nIt\\\'s hard to believe Sherwin Williams doesn\\\'t have a premium paint to even compete with Regal Select. I haven\\\'t tried their exterior version but I don\\\'t think it\\\'ll be better than BM Moorgard/Regal Select. definitely nothing close to Benjamin Moore Aura like they claim.

Emerald

★★★★★
5 5 1
Been using it on doors and trim and really like the coverage and hide, levels very nicely when sprayed.

SW Emerald

★★★★★
5 5 1
Emerald is a fantastic paint. I tried it when SW first brought it out and promoted it for their contractors. I had a unique opportunity to test it in a room where each wall was a different colour and was in a different condition. 2 walls were dark and 2 were light. One wall had graffiti on it and another had a lot of damage and drywall repair. The paint went on exactly the same over each wall! The hide and coverage were beyond compare. Since SW first offered it at a special price , I stocked up with 25 cans. Some matte, some satin and some semigloss. I will admit that after my 25 cans were depleted, I didn\\\'t purchase any more because when it is not discounted it is too expensive. I just can\\\'t justify paying over $50 per gallon. If I could get this paint at $40 per gallon, it would be my go to brand for sure!

Interior Emerald

★★★☆☆
3 5 1
I just finished a 1200sqft condo with Emerald. I am typically a Benjamin Moore guy, but the designer in this case wanted SW which was fine with me as I thought this would give me a chance to try Emerald. \r\n\r\nThe colour was White Raisin (yellow) eggshell over dark beige. Tough combo. \r\n\r\nEmerald did well. Did not blow me away in any way specific. \r\n\r\nFelt nice off the roller and brush on the first coat....feels almost like BM Super Spec (oh my!) on the second coat. That dry pull cutting in. \r\n\r\nCoverage was good, but at this time I have to bring up price....coverage was good, but for $53 CDN (on sale) a gallon?...can\\\'t help but feel slightly under whelmed with coverage on this colour. We left it at two coats, but a third could have been justified, by my eye...(not the customers)\r\n\r\nAn accent wall was Garden Sage (green) and of course it covered beautifully in two. \r\n\r\nSheen was nice. I\\\'m confused why SW plays with sheens. No eggshell...just satin??\r\n\r\nNice paint, but I think its impossible to talk about Emerald and not talk about price. \r\n\r\nIn the future I\\\'ll stick with my personal interior favourites. \r\n

Emerald

★★★★★
5 5 1
I was given the opportunity by my local Sherwin-Williams store to try Emerald for painting the exterior posts of a new home. I used the gloss white, and was very pleased with the results.\r\n\r\nThe paint was a perfect consistency, and went on very smooth over the primer. Since these posts were never painted before, I was concerned about coverage. However, the paint went on great and dried to a beautiful finish. I probably could have left it at one coat because it covered so well, but I went ahead and did a second coat anyway, since I always do.\r\n\r\nThe paint leveled out nicely, and had very few brush marks, and dried to a really nice sheen. It is very different from the duration line and some of the associated issues I have had. I recently painted an exterior with Duration gloss, and experienced clogging in the sprayer, poor coverage, and clumps and skin forming, which I did not experience at all with Emerald. I already spoke to my rep about switching to use only Emerald, as I was so pleased with the product. The builder and new homeowner also remarked on the beautiful finish.\r\n
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Chris Haught is the editor of Blogging Painters, the leading resource for paint contractors. Chris also works with contractors to improve their website and social media presence. When not blogging about the painting industry, she works in the educational sector as a media and technology mentor.
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