Dunn-Edwards Introduces Contractor’s Edge Interior Maintenance Flat and Semi-Gloss Paint
Formulated for maintenance projects on properly prepared and primed walls and ceilings.
Published December 21, 2010
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Dunn-Edwards has introduced a new line of interior maintenance paint under the Contractor’s Edge label, in two gloss levels—flat and semi-gloss. Both come in a controlled tintable white C-Base, and six stock colors—Cottage White, Navajo White, Pearl, White, Sandcastle, Swiss Coffee and Whisper. Contractor’s Edge was developed specifically to meet the needs of contractors in the maintenance market who are looking for a line of interior paints designed for use in apartments and other rental properties. Contractor’s Edge is specifically formulated for maintenance projects on properly prepared and primed walls and ceilings, and is not intended for use with new housing construction. Performance-wise, it provides good wet /dry hide and good scrubbability, the company said, and is a product line that’s perfect for contractors who need to control costs on a residential maintenance project. Contractor’s Edge is a professional interior, ultra-low VOC, acrylic latex flat paint that may be brushed, rolled or airless sprayed. Coverage is approximately 225-275 square feet per gallon for flat and 200-250 for the semi-gloss.