Poor Sheen Uniformity
The problem occurs mainly when we apply satin or mat paints and varnishes and appears with locally different shine or dull parts when it dries (flashing).
- Uneven thickness of liquid paint or varnish
- Failure to cover a porous surface
- Poor application leading to paint overlap
New surfaces must be primed before applying the final paint to achieve uniform porosity. If you do not use a primer, it is necessary to apply a second layer of paint. Keep the coating constantly fresh to avoid overlapping effects. Apply an even layer thickness.