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steve Taylor <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Soon to respray my 90, looking for a silk finish rather than a gloss (to
>> better hide the little blemishes) and was going to plump for Deep Bronze
>> Green, but that only comes in gloss. Nato Green comes in silk - how does
>> this compare with DBG as I can't find a colour chart online? Has anyone
>> used this colour/finish? Results?
>AFAIK, the painter can add a flattening agent to get the gloss off.
>Stephen Hull will comment shortly....
I am indeed :)
You can purchase DBG including the matting agent from the same paint
factor and you can either add the matting agent yourself progressively
until you reach the desired level of gloss, or (better still) get the
paint factor to do it for you because they will know exactly what ratio
of matting agent to add to your paint which will range from a dead flat
dull finish to a semi-gloss.
Any paint colour can be made in mat or gloss from source.
<my previous quote in July>
I'd recommend semi-gloss because matt is too flat and difficult to clean
and keep clean. Semi-gloss or satin is a happy medium, it's easy to
clean looks good and doesn't show up all the imperfections.
However there are three shades of DBG to choose from
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