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I doubt you'll need a whole gallon for a bathroom though. I used one gallon on my son's room which is probably 10x20.
We used the Aura for our kitchen and dining room and I agree with the person who said that you won't need a gallon for a kitchen. We used only a gallon for both the kitchen and dining room and did two coats.
We just finished painting our kitchen with Aura eggshell and our dining room with the Aura matte. Aside from the zero odor I would not spend the money again for the Aura paint line. I have used the Natura as well and had slightly more fumes than the Aura but not bad and it is a bit less expensive.
The Aura requires the person painting to be very quick and even. It dries so quickly that leaving roller lines on the wall is very easy to do. You have to edge the entire room first, let it dry, then go back and do a first coat, let it dry and then do a second coat. The color is pretty and intense however my mother used the Ben line for her house and I cannot tell any difference and it was far less expensive.
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