Premium Quality Paint

The common phrase "Paint is Paint" is not true and mostly used by less the informed. When you buy paint, you get what you pay for. Cheap paint is less expensive because it is thinner. It contains less pigment and binder - the most important ingredients in interior paint for an even application of colour. In contrast, expensive paints are of higher quality. Expensive paints contain more pigment and binders that provide more coverage (meaning you need fewer coats, saving on labour and regular painting). In addition, many high-quality paints are fade-resistant, meaning the colour will last longer, even in direct sunlight. One expensive can of paint often provides the coverage of two or three cans of cheap paint. Even though your cost per can will be more for expensive paint), the cost to paint could be the same or less.

When choosing paint, most individuals focus on the colour first. Of course, the right colour is a decision that you should not take lightly, as you will need to live with that choice for years. But the perfect colour will not look so great when it’s fading or peeling, or if the previous colour is bleeding through. That’s happens when using inferior paint.

Much better and longer-lasting results are achieved by using a premium brand of paint. Here are some characteristics of premium-quality paint over cheaper brands.


One of the key benefits of using Premium-Quality Paints and coatings is their ability to provide long-term protection to surfaces. By forming a barrier against external elements, they help to prevent damage and extend the life of the surface.


Premium paints have better levelling and tend to go on more evenly; The brush and roller marks tend to flow out and become unnoticeable. Smoother application, resulting in cleaner results with no brush or roller marks.


Good quality paints can usually hide the original wall colour and imperfections in fewer coats, saving time and money from needing to apply additional coats of paint.


Requiring less paint, less effort, and fewer touch-ups.


Quicker Cleanup Due to less spattering during the paint application.


Top-quality paints tend to have better grime and dirt resistance and keep dirt from sinking in, making for easier cleaning.


Premium Quality Paints are tougher and usually withstands scrubbing without surface damage.

Imprint Resistance

Shelves, windowsills and other face-up surfaces can gather prints when objects are placed on them. However, this problem is significantly minimized with good quality paints (especially sheen finishes).

Colour Retention

Retains colour better, sometimes for twice as long as low-quality paints.


Resists dirt and chalking, a quality that is very important outside.


Mildew resistant agents are much better in Premium-Quality Paints. If you don’t want unhealthy mildew, don’t compromise on paint quality.


Some premium paints are infused with antibacterial properties, making them an excellent choice for environments where hygiene is a priority, like hospitals, schools, and kitchens. These paints can help reduce the spread of bacteria and other microbes, contributing to a healthier living and working environment.


Resulting in less blistering, flaking, and peeling.


Touch-ups can be done easily and unnoticeably with Premium-Quality Paints.


To ensure your paint colour stays just as you want it, use Classic Paints. These paints maintain their fresh appearance for years.


Additionally, using premium quality paintbrushes and rollers ensures a smoother, more even application, reducing brush marks and imperfections. This leads to a more professional finish, making the most of the high-quality paint's properties.


Even if you plan on doing the project yourself, Classic Paints' Professional Paint Advisors have more knowledge than general big box hardware stores. They can not only help you find what paint and colour is best, but guide you through the other tools and materials you will need to get the job well done.