How to get a very shiny lacquered look on the front door?
Lori Babin
February 3, 2013 in Photo Questions
The painter just finished painting my front door after 3 days of stripping & sanding...but, it's not shiny enough...
Polyurethane ?
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Use oil base, high gloss. Ben Moore makes an excellent (or did, last time I painted trim) oil-based paint. We've used it both for interior and exterior trim on brick and wood. Still looks great after 6 years.
July 12, 2013 at 3:02pm     
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sorry, nix the brick-- I should have said mahogany and pine - door and windows, respectively.
July 12, 2013 at 3:03pm     
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