Eggshell is a term that is used to describe paint with a very slight sheen between matte satin paint. As indicated by its name when dry it has an appearance is similar to that of an eggshell.
As eggshell has a slight sheen it does reflect light giving the painted surfaces a lighter appearance as well as protecting it from stains and everyday wear and tear. This being said it does not offer the same level of protection as higher sheen paint such as satin or semi-gloss or gloss paint.
This means they might not be as appropriate in high traffic areas which are prone to wear and tear or in kitchens and bathrooms which are more prone to staining and moisture. However, Eggshell paints are great for wood and wall to give a more vintage appearance as well as offering some protection. They are often used in heritage builds or when a rustic look is wanted.
Architraves | Arcs are words that originate from the ancient Greek word epistyle used to describe the plaster feature at the top of columns. In modern architecture, an Architrave | Arcs is used to describe the moulding that rounds of walls, doorways or even windows. While Architrave is the correct team they can also go […]
Acrylic filler (often referred to as decorators caulk, painters caulk or decorators acrylic) is a water-based economical and environmentally friendly sealing and filling material. Acrylic filler, when cured, offers flexibility and elasticity that allow for movement, therefore stopping cracks from reappearing. Although mostly used for internal decorating, its resistance to moisture and temperature changes means […]