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Old 03-23-2010, 07:42 AM   #1
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Coronado Rust Scat or BM Ironclad?


I'm painting the interior walls of my garage and have narrowed my product search to Rust Scat or Iron Clad latex enamels. I will be painting over previously painted drywall and am looking for something extremely durable and water resistant so when I'm hosing down the garage floor I don't have to worry about water splashing up the walls. Does anyone have any experience with these products or perhaps another recommendation. Thanks!

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Hi and welcome to the forum.

You've come to the right place to find the answers to your questions. Being it's the garage and the water concerns, there are going to be things to consider. The guys here will be happy to assist you.

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I'm familiar with both products and both products are very durable. What sheen level does your paint store stock in the Rust Scat? Typically that comes in a gloss finish, and the Ironclad (363 line) is a low lustre - I do believe the rust scat comes in satin for some colors (they might come in Semi gloss also but can't remember off the top of my head). If the sheen level helps make your decision, great, if not, the Rust Scat has a harder finish but you aren't walking on the surface or doing anything that would require you to use one product over the other. Keep in mind, if you are going over regular sheetrock I suggest you never spray the hose directly on the wall - the paint is not designed to waterproof the surface and keep in mind water will easily wick up from the bottom of the sheetrock where it meets the floor - so be careful. With all that being said - it really wouldn't make a difference which product you use - they are both great.
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