Interior paint selections are as important as the applications itself. Using the best paint for each surface will not only be easier, it will last longer too. Here is a comparison of a few product lines that will dramatically increase your interior painting results. For residents in the Indianapolis Metro, contact Grants Painting for your Interior Painter.
- PPG Speedhide PVA – Like most PVA’s, it seals the surface great. Speedhide PVA also has phenomenal coverage even on raw drywall. PVA’s do dry with a slight shean so they dont help with dark colors.
- Seal Grip Acrylic Universal Primer – This is the best primer for most problems except marker and makeup. It’s a must if your topcoats are rich colors or a satin, semi-gloss, or full gloss paints.
Best Interior Wall Paints
- PPG High Hide – High Hide does exactly that, it covers small dings and minor imperfections. Very good mid-option paint.
- Benjamin Moore Aura- This is by far the most durable wall paint. In fact, the semi-gloss and gloss make a great trim and door paint.
Interior Ceiling Paints
- PPG Porter Ceiling Paint – This is the best ceiling paint for all situations unless there are extreme stains.
- Zinser 2-in1 Ceiling Paint – Although very expensive, this paint will cover stains that many other ceiling paints wont cover.
Interior Trim Paints
- PPG Silkin Touch – Silkin Touch makes a great trim paint that is very easy to work with.
- PPG Advantage 900 – Adv. 900 is more difficult to brush and roll but sprays out with ease and leaves a durable and beautiful interior trim.
- PPG Breakthrough – PPG Breakthrough is almost impossible to brush and roll. It is even a bit difficult to spray. However nothing will bond and form a more durable surface better than the Breakthrough.