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PostPosted: Wed Mar 14, 2018 11:51 am 
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Currently doing the kitchen out , decided to paint the kitchen cabinets , so far ive cleaned,sanded,primed and put 2 coats of white emulsion on them, will i need to seal with a laquer? If so what will give best finish brush or spray can


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I ment eggshell not emulsion


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Glad it's eggshell not emulsion. I'd not bother with a varnish. Eggshell is normally wipeable (trade stuff anyway)

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No need to varnish, as Wineo says, eggshell is wipable and very durable...

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Can I ask what primer you used and which brand of paint and was it oil or water based ?


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