Glidden paint recently launched an improved formula that maintains a high quality but also keeps Glidden at a more affordable price point. A gallon of Glidden costs $16-$24 dollars and they feel it’s comparable to $50 gallon paint. They are so confident that they sent us a full press kit with everything we need to compare Glidden with other paints.
We’ll report back on our findings in a comparison test but we immediately liked the larger color chips that make it much easier to compare colors and visually gain a sense of how it will reflect light as well as feel to the touch. Their new lineup is a bit scaled back at 282 colors but that seems like a large enough palette for most people.
You can find Glidden paint at Home Depot and they have ready-to-go testers with built-in brushes for $2.97 which isn’t much of an investment to take home and try out for yourself.
They’ve also included a helpful fact-sheet of five-key characteristics of a quality interior paint.
Latest posts by Timothy Dahl (see all)
- Magnum Work Boots: Precision Ultra Lite II Review - September 11, 2014
- Welcome to the Richmond House: Lessons in Lighting and Feng Shui - September 10, 2014
- IKEA First :59 – Start Your Day in the Best Possible Way - September 8, 2014