Help with inkbleed on walls
I was testing different colors on my wall before deciding, and wrote the names of the different samples on the wall with a pen. (I didn't know this was a bad idea...) While testing subsequent colors, I noticed that the ink continues to bleed through - and this is after many coats of test colors.
So I bought some Zinsser Bulls Eye 1.2.3 primer in a spray can. It contains acetone, butane, propane and petroleum distillates. Now I read something that says the spots I sprayed will show up as shiny after I paint the wall. Is this true? If so, what do I do to prevent that?
I am painting with Sherwin Williams Superpaint Flat Latex.