PBA Tip of the Day brought to your by Ron Walters with Double D Services Inc (602) 944-0506. What is the difference between Satin and Eggshell interior paint?SatinHas a rich luster that, despite the name, is often described as velvety. It’s easy to clean, making it excellent for high-traffic areas. Its biggest flaw is it reveals application flaws, such as roller or brush strokes. Touch-ups later can be tricky. Practical application: family rooms, foyers, hallways, kids’ bedroomsDurability: high
EggshellBetween satin and flat on the sheen (and durability) scale is eggshell, so named because it’s essentially a flat (no-shine) finish with little luster, like a chicken’s egg. Eggshell covers wall imperfections well and is a great finish for gathering spaces that don’t get a lot of bumps and scuffs.Practical application: dining rooms, living roomsDurability: mediumFor all of your painting needs, give Double D a call today!