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  1. Painting
    With Aura, Duration, Cashmere and the such being around $60, don't know why I felt insulted when Valspar introduces a paint to compete at $44 (Lowe's and Ace), but I was. :glare:Guess I felt that the whole spectrum of consumer paints would move up to that price point for the so called top-of...
  2. Painting
    Hi all! I'm new to posting, though I read a lot. I've been doing quite a bit of work in the old house lately, and the most recent project is repainting the kitchen/dining room. It's all drywall (ugh) due to a reno a few years ago. It was painted at that time with contractor grade paint...
  3. Painting
    We are trying to decide which paint is the best for the basement. We have 4 kids and we need something that is durable and washable. We have lots of shelves in closets too. From researching online it looks like the duration and regal are very good paints. The aura is good too but is a little...
  4. Roofing/Siding
    I have two old 14" turbines as exhaust for my 1800sq foot attic. One is definitely in need of a new head. I was thinking of replacing them with these Aura vents that have no moving parts. The website, of course, says they are better than the turbines. Does anybody have any actual experience...
  5. Painting
    We will be repainting some interior rooms of my grandmother's house soon and I had a few questions about Benjamin Moore's Aura paint. We know and plan to do the prep routine as far as cleaning with TSP, sanding/deglossing etc. We would like to not have to prime where not necessary since it is...
  6. Painting
    I've been visiting local paint stores here in SE Tennessee and checking the posts on this site and would like to get some recommendations. I need to repaint the exterior of my house which was built in the 60's. It was a rental for a long time before I bought it - I think that at least one coat...
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