For professional projects, selecting paint goes beyond the perfect color, it’s about performance. Choosing the proper sheen for specific interior surface areas will provide optimal performance from your paint.
Find the right solution for every project type, from multi-family properties to commercial workplace settings, hospitality environments to healthcare or educational institutions, get the desired look with the dependable durability you need.
A flat sheen has a non-reflective finish that is easy to apply, touches up well, and hides minor surface imperfections.
Low moisture areas; interior walls and ceilings
An eggshell enamel sheen has a soft, velvety appearance that resists dirt and grime, as well as mildew.
Interior walls; moderate traffic areas
A satin enamel sheen creates a pearl-like finish that’s durable, dirt-resistant, and easy to clean. It will also resist moisture, fading, and stains.
All interior surfaces including walls, doors, windows, trim, furniture, and high-moisture areas; moderate- to high-traffic areas
A semi-gloss enamel sheen is sleek and radiant with a hard, durable finish. It is formulated to withstand wear, and will also resist moisture, fading and stains.
All interior surfaces including walls, doors, windows, trim, furniture, and high-moisture areas; high-traffic areas
Hi-Gloss enamel sheen have a brilliant, shiny appearance and a durable, glass-like finish that allows dirt and grime to be wiped clean.
High-use surfaces including doors, windows, shutters, trim, furniture, and high-moisture areas; high-traffic areas
Use this chart to help you easily choose the best sheen of paint for your upcoming indoor paint projects.
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