<< With a hiqh quality paint like Benjamin Moore, is one coat really sufficient
or do you need two? >>
Plan on two, be pleasantly surprised if one does the job. Really too many
variables to predict for sure. HTH
No reflection on your painting techniques or skill, but with me, one
coat never seems enough. When I look at an angle I can see the color
variations, and then have to go with a second coat.
tom @ www.MedicalJobList.com
It's all about preparation. Clean with TSP, scrape loose paint, sand
lightly. Prime, then finally apply the finish coat. You may or may
not need a second coat. I used "Brilliant White" Benjamin Moore 8
years ago on my house trim and it is holding up exceptionally well.
The work was a bit tedious and slow-going.
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