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tone down the gloss

Posted by sunnytop (My Page) on
Sun, Jun 21, 09 at 23:50

I painted bathroom cabinets with satin impervo and applied a glaze. I coated over with a clear waterbase polycrylic finish that I thought was a semi gloss and turns out it was actually a gloss. Although I like some sheen, I think this needs toning down. Is it possible to do that if I sand and apply a satin or semigloss on top?

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RE: tone down the gloss

Yes - they do it to floors all the time (gloss is harder, so put that on for durability and then put satin on top for the look).

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