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Old 12-10-2017, 02:53 AM   #61
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Just used smart prime on a glossy kitchen. That stuff is great. It is thin, so it runs out easily, but doesn't splatter in the least. It also covered a funky dark mustard color completely. It is now my go-to interior primer.

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One coat?
I would be super surprised if one didn't cover it.
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Yep, one coat. It's a primer, so if you know what color was under it, you can make it out. However, the walls are white and I have no concerns about my paint colors covering.

Best part is it allows you to go right over glossy surfaces. Even Gripper is now saying you need to degloss, it used to not say that.

Don't know about sheen for sure. Won't be back there till Monday.

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