flat paint over satin

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Old 05-18-01, 11:04 AM
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We are painting our family room in a maroon satin. After 3 coats, the color is finally even, but it is not smooth - there are lots of marks from the roller and paint brushes (like where we left off with the roller). I suppose we just weren't careful enough, although we tried! We don't really *need* a satin finish. One friend suggested doing another coat in the same color but flat, to hide the defects. Can you do that? Would it help? Thank you!!!
 
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Old 05-18-01, 01:27 PM
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hollyob, If you have a large home center near you it would be good to get a sander like drywallers use that screws on a rolling stick. They are plastic and cheap and if you will put 100 grit paper on it and lightly sand the walls it will help get a good smooth final coat. You can go straight over the satin with flat but unless you use Sherwin-Willaims SuperPaint or other top of the line paint it will likely take two coats. Latex flat will hide imperfections and probably look better than the satin.....Mike
 
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