liquid gloss and non drip gloss

Discussion in 'Decorating and Painting' started by jamie01, 13 Oct 2010.

  1. jamie01

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    hi, wanting to know if someone can help and tel me which is going to give the best finnish i am going to be painting woodwork in the house but want to get a realy good finnish thank you
     
  2. joe-90

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    Complete amateurs get better results with non-drip.
     
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    The best way to get a top finish is to undercoat the woodwork to a solid finish when this achieved then apply a top coat of decent quality liquid gloss.The problem is people buy cheap gloss and try to cover up discoloured woodwork with too much paint which in turn causes runs.Non drip can take more time as it is like applying treacle.
     

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