Can Gardz be tinted?
I'm priming and painting MDF baseboard. There are smudges/scuffs on the baseboard that will not come off. I have lightly sanded and will use Gardz, then paint it white.
Since Gardz is clear, I'm concerned that it will "seal" the smudges.
I read somewhere not to tint Gardz and it said it would prolong the drying time. That would be fine because it would give me more time to work it, right?
I would just like to have it tinted about 25-50% of white and then paint white over it. Thanks!