“I Have A Question About This Reclaim Paint…”

Emily writes,

Hi Patty!

 Thanks so much for ALL your hard work you put into explaining/demonstrating the Reclaim line of paint.  I have been doing a lot of research and your website has been a huge help!

 So, I just had a question…

 I noticed on the HSN website that there is a “Cream” color that you haven’t shown on your website.  I was wondering if “Cream” is much different than “Off White.”  I’m looking to paint my kitchen cupboards something “bright,” and I know I don’t want to do white.  Would you be able to send me a color comparison?   

Also, I would love to order from you…not only to get the discount on shipping, but to help you and your business out too!  Let me know more details! 🙂

 Emily

I appreciated Emily’s effort to patron my business in return for receiving helpful information that she can’t readily find elsewhere.

I want my site to be a helpful, knowledgeable resource for those DIY’ers  that are new to the Caromal Colours brand of DIY paints.    My blog is 3 years of time and effort,  created ‘after hours’ of  my regular duties as mom, wife and full time working gal.   I am not Caromal Colours, I am a Rep that loves and believes in their paints – I hope that if I can help answer your questions and inquiries, that you can help me in return by ordering from my site.

Hi Emily,

The ‘cream’ color on the HSN website is actually the buttercreme – not sure why they are calling it that.  it’s a pale yellow – not cream at all.

 

Brushed/rolled out, and on stick – so far without any glaze-

With glaze –   hope this helps

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5 responses to ““I Have A Question About This Reclaim Paint…”

  1. Thanks for your post, Emily and thanks for you answer, Patty!

    Patty, I need to know if RECLAIM will cover,stick and stay on my fixer upper 1970’s faux wood paneling walls? I have heard horror stories of gallons of paint bought and applied to paneling, only to have it slide down the wall after a few days. I desperately need to update and so far, RECLAIM sounds like the way to go for less work and less money.

    Thanks for your answer(s)!

    Donna

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