Professional Decorators Review Benjamin Moore Scuff X
I haven’t used a Benjamin Moore paint that I’m not impressed with, the Scuff x goes through a hvlp perfectly, grip quality is excellent. It will grip on to old gloss without sanding.
the high hide primer is a brilliant primer/undercoat, de-nibs lovely.
the advanced is a brilliant paint, a lot of people say because it’s a hybrid it will yellow, but it’s not like a UK hybrid, and it will only yellow if it no light at all, I mean like the inside of a cupboard, as long as it has some natural light it won’t yellow, it’s bullet proof once it’s cured.
Aura is fantastic paint as well; the finishes are gorgeous.
Overall it has to be one of the best paints on the market yes, it’s expensive, but you get what you pay for, the self-priming, high opacity qualities mean it will take less coats.
Best acrylic I’ve used. It goes for miles has great opacity and has a nicer finish than oil in my opinion.
Scuff-x satin is Phenomenal stuff. It works a lot like oil but it’s a nicer finish. No undercoat required, it’s a 2-coat system like oil. It may be a lot more expensive, but you are saving a 3rd coat like other waterbased products applied with a brush. It’s hard wearing, goes for miles, one of the best products out there. Faultless
Love this stuff worth every penny
I don’t want to use anything else goes on lovely and a great tough finish
Scuff x satin sprays a dream levels out nicely leaving great finish, not the cheapest but worth it in my opinion
Never used the semi-gloss, but the satin and eggshell are the best I’ve ever used. In my opinion it’s better than oil based.
Yes, it’s expensive, but I still think its value for money. I use it on nearly every job, it’s never failed me and you can’t and you can’t put a price on that.
I’ve tried a lot of other water based products, some are very good, but they never perform in every department, whereas Scuff-X does- opacity, durability, finish, ease of use, colour retention, it’s got the lot.