In July and August 2017, four class-action lawsuits were filed against Behr Paint Corp. for allegedly deceptively marketing DeckOver (a patio and deck resurfacer) as a more durable coating that is five times thicker than ordinary paints and stains, and repairs decks by filling in cracks and splintering when, according to plaintiffs, DeckOver is not durable or long-lasting and begins to flake, peel, and separate from decks and concrete surfaces within months of application. To read the complaints, click the links below.

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Behr Paint & Primer In One Products

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Behr Paint & Primer In One Products

In March 2019, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Behr Process Corporation for allegedly falsely marketing that its Paint & Primer In One products contain both paint and primer, that…

DeckOver Products

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DeckOver Products

In November and December 2017, multiple class-action lawsuits were filed against Behr Paint and Home Depot for allegedly deceptively marketing DeckOver as having a more durable and five times thicker…


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