Tone down the shine?
I posted in Paint forums but it doesn't get as much traffic.
I have BM Simply White kitchen cabs in satin. I love them!
The trim is painted BM Simply White in semi gloss. This was done by a different painter and though the can says Simply White, it doesn't have the formula printed on it like the satin can. I expected to look a little different but the warmness of the cabs is lost on the trim. I'm not sure if it's the sheen or the wrong paint. Samples from both cans in varying lights makes me think it's the sheen that is the problem.
Can I paint over the semi-gloss trim with the satin paint to tone down the shine and if so does that mean I should sand down everything first?