- As I mentioned above, a little bit goes a long way. With just one $19 quart of this paint I was able to do two coats on three doors and one coat on the fourth door (the fourth door already had a coat of other white paint on it).
- The final feel of the door is sleek and feels incredibly smooth.
- There are no brush marks. To also help eliminate brush marks, I used a brand new brush that I purchased at the same time as the paint. The combination of a brand new brush plus this type of paint equaled no visual brush marks.
- If you get it on your hands, you will have a very difficult time washing the stickiness off. I read online that rubbing your hands in mayonnaise and then washing them like normal will get off the paint, and sure enough that worked like a charm! Don’t forget to put that little tip in your back pocket the next time you can’t get paint off your hands. 🙂
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Thanks to Thrifty Decor Chick for the link up!
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