ALWAYS buy good quality paint for all the reasons listed in this post. Here's one more: reduce the buildup on surfaces with layers and layers of unnecessary paint. I live in a 20s craftsman bungalow. The interior, including built-ins and doors, has been painted so many times that surfaces are gummy and morphing into their own latex sculptures, rather than the clean-lined architecture that makes the craftsman style so appealing. Now when I paint I spend a lot of time scraping away these layers so I that my paint doesn't add to the problem.
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