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Which is the best Sherwin Williams interior paint?

13 years ago

We are having our foyer, downstairs hallway, and upstairs hallway painted next week. It was originally painted about 5-6 yrs ago with Sherwin Williams Everclean paint, which was a bad product to begin with--it was supposed to be super washeable and it wasn't even slightly washeable. Ever mark and smudge remained after wiping with a damp cloth, and if you tried to apply the slightest amount of pressure to remove a mark, you may be able to remove the dirt, but the paint would come off with it. That is the reason we are repainting. Our painter uses SW paints, which is fine, but I'm not sure what will be best for our situation.

We have SW Cashmere paint in our formal living and dining rooms, and I love the look of it--buttery smooth. Since those rooms are rarely used, I've never had to wash the wall so I don't know about its washeability.

I want to find a paint with the beauty of Cashmere that is scrubable. Is Cashmere washeable/scrubable? Duration? I know it is supposed to be good, but how does it look? BTW, we are going to use an eggshell finish, which is like other manufacturers' satin. For some reason SW eggshell=other companies' satin. Thanks for any advice! Oh, and if it matters, we are using zero voc colorants in whichever formula we go with.

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