Our painter sprayed a primer for latex paint onto our new
After a few days, he sprayed on two (2) coats of a low-sheen latex
After drying, the ceilings and walls have a number of areas that are
lower/higher sheen than the rest, as seen by looking along the walls,
Is this the inevitable downside of sheen enamel on drywall or could it
be the painter/paint, etc. The painter claims a 3rd coat will fix
Possibly the sheen contrast will reduce to zero over time, but I'm not
Not sure what the primer was, but the enamel is Frazee Mirro-Glide.
Any suggestions? Thanks.