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Old 01-27-2008, 08:30 PM   #1
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Time for Painting Second Coat


If your pressed for time to finish a room, how long do you have to wait before a second coat of paint can be applied on the walls? Do Flat paints dry faster than Satin or Gloss? Tempature in house is 65 degrees.

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Time for Painting Second Coat


Depends mostly on the paint (exactly what type/brand/line/etc)
But also on the temp/humidity and other conditions

A good paint in good conditions (Ben Moore Regal 70* 50%) you might be able to push it to a few hours
Ben Moore Aura about 40 minutes no problem

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