In a recent Consumer Reports, they had Glidden Endurance exterior
latex paint as one of the top performers. However, when I checked at
Home Despot they did not have Endurance, they only had a type called
Glidden "Evermore". In fact, I can't seem to find Endurance anywhere.
Does anyone know what the difference is between these? Is Evermore a
Here's what google has to say:
With a quick glance, it looks like the Endurance is a stain not a paint.
I'm with you, though, because I read the CR and saw it as paint as well.
On Wed, 13 Aug 2003 15:22:49 +0000 (UTC), email@example.com
(Kelly E Jones) wrote:
Glidden Endurance paint can only be purchased at Sherwin Williams
paint stores. I had the Glidden Endurance paint used on my trim in
2001 and the painter said it was the best around.
*Please REMOVE the obvious for my correct email address*
"Glidden Endurance paint can only be purchased at Sherwin Williams paint
stores. I had the Glidden Endurance paint used on my trim in 2001 and
the painter said it was the best around. "
Your joking right? I hope so, I really don't think it's funny to
outright lie to someone. Sherwin Williams stores are company owned
stores, they sell Sherwiin Williams paint and NO other, also NO other
paint company or store sells Sherwin Williams paint out of their store.
I think you owe the guy an apology. Al
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