Good News Scruff-X will be available in smaller 0.9 Litre tins in 2020 This is from an American Benjamin Moore rep I asked and pressed at the the Coventry Painting & Decorating show in November. In America all there rooms are big and there was no demand for the smaller tin. I had a theory they were reluctant to produce a smaller tin and that it would effect their other product line as some of their paints may be produced by other 3rd party manufacture factory's to help them out with production and would be affected if Scruff-X which really is too good a paint to do so well, but was dismissed. In the UK he has had many requests for the smaller tins for small bathrooms and Cabinet door painting etc. They have already started the process and will be available at some point in 2020 which is very good news. I have been a big fan on Benjamin Moore Advanced for the last 3 years switching from the watered down Dulux oil based satinwood. Although more expensive which I have seen so many times on these forums, but no one takes into account it is twice as quick to apply compared to oil based and 20% quicker than other water based paints so helps pay for itself in a way. In fact Scruff-X is even quicker, and something else I have noticed on those 6 panel doors with textured grain effect Scruff -X doesn't cause runs on the top of the panels which Advanced does and you have to go over 30 mins later to remove them. I mentioned to the rep at the show why Scruff-X on the website is just mainly for Walls and high traffic areas and not for woodwork, doors, cabinets etc. As its such a new product they are still trying to market it it the right way and they will be looking into recommending it for just that. He has heard many from America using it for woodwork and cabinets and has given full blessing its really good for that. Although it is a slightly thinner paint than Advance is doesn't quite try to level out the very smallest defects that are too shallow to fill so ideally needs electric sanding down first, compared to thicker Advanced which tries to do its best to fill in and level where possible. The only thing with Scruff-X in standard White it looks more Whiter than the Advanced which I like to use in Hall/ stairways with the many White doors so they don't look so dominating. I have been a Decorator for 38 years and never been so excited with BM and how well there paint looks and performs and with fossa brushes which are still the best in my opinion, it makes me want to keep Decorating for the next 10 years.