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Painting in One or Three Rooms or Garage Floor Coating from Boccia Nu Image Painting & Window Cleaning (Up to 69% Off)

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In a Nutshell

House painters coat interior walls with smooth layers of paint in the color of your choice

The Fine Print

Expires 90 days after purchase. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Appointment Required. 24 hr cancellation notice required. Valid within Gilbert, Mesa, Ahwatukee, Queen Creek, Scottsdale. Valid just for walls. Extra fee will apply for baseboards, doors, and ceilings. Extra fee may apply for rooms larger than 12 X 12. Must provide paint. Must provide own epoxy kit for garage option. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Repainting a room makes it feel new again, much like blowing it up or pumping it full of bees. Surprise yourself with this Groupon.

Choose from Three Options

  • $89 for indoor painting in one room ($225 value)
  • $199 for indoor painting in three rooms ($650 value)
  • $299 for two-door garage epoxy floor coating ($799 value)

Dripless Paint: Walls as Smooth as Quicksand

Dripless paint is thick at rest and fluid in motion. Groupon explains how this translates into an even coat of paint free from sagging and running.

Suddenly, the B-movie hero realizes what’s beneath his feet: quicksand, and the harder he struggles, the faster he'll sink. If a bit clichéd, the scene is at least more interesting than watching paint dry. But in fact, the same phenomenon imperiling our hero can help explain the mechanics of dripless paint.

At first glance, a pit of quicksand and a bucket of dripless paint have little in common. But zoom in on their molecular structure and the principle uniting both semi-liquids emerges: thixotropy. At rest, a thixotropic liquid appears to be a thick fluid with deliciously high viscosity. But when disturbed or deformed by some outside force, be it a paintbrush or a flailing aspiring action star, the viscosity plummets and it behaves like a much thinner liquid. Once the disturbance has stopped, it returns to its thicker resting state.

At home, this means that from the moment you dip a brush into a can of dripless paint to the moment you cease applying it to the walls, the paint is in its low-viscosity, liquid state and spreads easily across surfaces. Once wall-bound, though, the dripless paint reverts back to its more-solid, high viscosity state, preventing it from running, dripping, or sagging as it dries.


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