Discussion Starter · #1 ·
I've always used enamel paint for bathrooms (and kitchens). is this still necessary for a "powder room"?
I don't thhink "enemel" is such an antiquated term. there's regular interior paint and then there's enamel when toughness (or water-resistance) is required.What do you mean by enamel?
Kind of an antiquated term-- but i would suggest an eggshell finish for a bath/ powder.
I don't thhink "enemel" is such an antiquated term. there's regular interior paint and then there's enamel when toughness (or water-resistance) is required.
better watch out, you know who might be reading this:laughing:So he should use an eggshell for his powder. I would . Works great.
Is Regal Select eggshell an enamel?
I know painters that use Regal semi on trim. is it an enamel?
I think WB Impervo is kind of soft- even after cure. Is it an enamel?
I like Muralo WB Ultra Semi. I think it's an enamel...
Zinnser 123 primer is really hard when cured. is it an enamel?
The definition is a hold over from when oils ( yes, ones with sheens) dried and cured really hard. Some WB approach that, but not many.
Most of the paints on your list were baked on specialty finishes.
Not going to argue the point, because even I use the term, but it is VERY loosely defined.
Not to mention "flat enamel".Enamel these days seems to be applied to anything above a flat.