Painting newly plastered walls

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Hi new to the forum.

i've just given my newly plastered kitchen walls and ceiling two mist coats of paint for plastered walls. Tomorrow i was going to put a top coat of Dulux Endurance paint on but started to wonder if it was ok to do this on newly plastered walls that have just been painted?

My concern was by using a paint that washable, am i sealing any moisture from the mist coats in and likely to suffer bubbling?

Hope this makes sense!
 
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Providing the plaster was fully dry and the mist coats are too then you shouldn't have a problem.
Endurance is a pretty good paint - I was a little pessimistic when I first used it but it covered nicely and is, as the name suggests, fairly durable.
 
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Providing the plaster was fully dry and the mist coats are too then you shouldn't have a problem.
Endurance is a pretty good paint - I was a little pessimistic when I first used it but it covered nicely and is, as the name suggests, fairly durable.

Cheers :mrgreen: Plaster was fully dry and the mist coats appear to have dried within a few hours.

I'll give the mist coat a light sand tomorrow and try the Endurance.
 

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