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Asked by oliviarose13 on 18th September 2015 Report this content
I applied a 2nd coat of satinwood on plain wardrobe doors yesterday and the finish is awful. Some parts are shiny and the other parts are drab. I painted these really carefully but it looks as though the paint has not covered evenly. I am thinking of painting over them in a matt varnish so that there is no unevenness. Would this be okay and how long should I wait before applying? Thank you.

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Asked by stevenhaywood on 26th December 2014 Report this content
Can you paint water based over oil based?

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Report this content Sue41 Written on: 29/12/2014
You can but it took five coats to cover our doors and the paint being covered wasn't dark. Also until it dried completely it was very vulnerable to light knocks. We weren't impressed and don't buy it any more,
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