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Sherwin-Williams Introduces New High Gloss Paint; Appropriate for LEED-Certified Buildings

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CLEVELAND, OHIO—Sherwin-Williams has introduced its new ProClassic High Gloss Waterborne Interior Acrylic Enamel for interior jobs where an ultra-high-gloss finish is preferred. Formulated to meet or exceed GS-11 criteria for coatings in LEED-certified buildings, ProClassic Waterborne Enamel combines the performance characteristics of an alkyd with the environmental benefits of a waterborne.

With ProClassic High Gloss waterborne, contractors will get an ultra-smooth finish with no brush or roller marks that stands up to repeated washing and daily abuse. Its wet and dry hide means that fewer coats can be applied, saving time and money. Like ProClassic Waterborne satin and gloss, the high-gloss formula offers superior adhesion, block resistance, hardness and sandability, making it appropriate for windows, doors, cabinets and high traffic areas.

The low VOC product provides flow, leveling and sag resistance, and it dries quickly to a super hard, durable finish with adhesion so doors, trim and cabinets are installed or are back in use quickly. ProClassic is available in new high gloss, satin, semi-gloss and gloss finishes.

Go to www.sherwin-williams.com for more information.

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