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Our online Paint Studio provides thousands of paint colors that will unleash your imagination. From modern color schemes to timeless classics, Benson Ace carries color palettes from top brands like Benjamin Moore and Clark+Kensington. We'll help you make great paint decisions.
Whatever you need painted right the first time, The Paint Studio at ACE has you covered. Articles, videos, FAQs, and tips. Search 1000s of colors, calculate how much paint you’ll need, be inspired, learn from experts, and get tips on techniques.
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Using old tape (or the wrong kind for the job) can ruin your project. Benson Ace carries a full line of Scotch® Painter's Tape from 3M. Use this helpful guide (and work with our helpful crew in the store) to make sure you have the right tape to get the best possible results.
What size do I use? There is no one-size-fits-all brush. Include a few different sizes in your painting tool kit. A wide 4" brush is great for projects like decking or siding. A thin 2½" brush provides more control for cutting-in or painting details.
Flat or Angled?. Flat brushes are good for broad, flat surfaces. An angled shape helps you get crisp lines on edges and detailed surfaces like trim and molding.
Premium or Bargain? The more expensive the brush, the more bristles and the better they stay in place instead of "shedding." The tip on a high-quality brush is shaped very precisely to give a more uniform finish.
Natural or Synthetic? Use only natural-bristle brushes for oil-based paint and solvent-thinned finishes. Latex or water-based paints won't pick up or release well from a natural brush because it absorbs into the bristles. Use synthetic bristles for latex paint and water-based finishes. Fibers are nylon, polyester, or a blend.