Shermin Williams SuperPaint or Conflex

Questions & AnswersCategory: Elastomeric Paint QuestionsShermin Williams SuperPaint or Conflex
Robin asked 5 years ago

I am thinking to paint my stucco house in Sacramento, California area and received proposals: One will use Sherwin Williams Super Paint, and the other one will use Sherwin Williams Conflex. I am not sure what are the main difference between these two paints? Your opinion or advice is greatly appreciated!

2 Answers
Missy answered.

I Work for Sherman Willams and both are great paints, but they both have 2 different uses. Super paint is top quality latex paint with great color retention and flow; your paint Jon will last many years. Conflex is an elastomeric paint, so it is made to insulate the house. Conflex is an elastomeric paint,so the spread rate is reduced to 200-300 feet per gallon compaired to Superpaint which is 300-400 ft. Per galllon. 

MagicDave answered.

Use either one, only the price really is different, both are acrylic paint which is best for your exterior stucco