When to Use Eggshell Paint Finish?

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Eggshell is a paint that gives a flatter finish. It is often used for smaller pieces of decoration such as architrave and skirting.
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1. Dust the surface with a broom. 2. Abrade the eggshell finish to promote adhesion. Scour the finish with a palm sander stocked with 180-grit sandpaper. Stop when the eggshell finish
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arsenal rule.
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An eggshell finish is found on uncoated, uncalendered paper with a fairly rough texture.
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liquid sandpaper.
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