provided it is the same formulation it will be ok i.e.. water based.....just
remember though, you wont be able to match it when you need further paint
for repairs or if there isn't enough to do the lot.
had a go, they were both water based and almost the same in colour gave it a
good mix and started one wall. For future reference I would suggest anyone
doing the same test first. The paint was forming a skin as I painted and the
brush dragging the skin about. I tried painting it out but it got worse,
tried doing it quicker but it was impossible. Half the wall is now done with
some cutting in and I'm giving up.
I don't know how but somehow have to get the mess of custard off the walls
and start again.
Apparently it used to be easier to mix the paint. A matt and a silk would
give a mid sheen finish and decorators used to do this. Recently though many
manufacturers have changed the formulas which makes it impossible to do so
you have to be careful now.
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