totalcontrast: This paint is expensive. Not only that, I've had a couple of pro guys tell me that this paint is a nightmare in high traffic areas such as hallways. Unlike regular interior wall paint, it's almost impossible to touch up scuffs and marks if you have gone for the flat look finish with a roller (assuming you haven't chucked the leftovers). Not so bad if you have used the scruffy brush technique as you might get away with it.
Shine John: How to apply lady design, stylish Pearl finish
Subdude: Cool, but if she says jewlux one more time, I'll….I'll…I don't know what I'll do.
Applied & Decorative Painting: These beautiful paints are worth the little bit of extra effort. Love the creativity they inspire.
Chris Walters (Vaping with an ABI): Gypsum plaster is ideal for use as an waste paint hardener.. It is cheap and cheerful but don't use it in Oil based paints.. I'm still looking into ways to remedy that little problem.. I have found that painting out old Oil Based paints onto a Melamine board leaving it to dry and paint on more waste paint ..When it is dry you can peel all the old paint off in one go and hey presto problem solved.. Only discard paint that is gone off or you will never need again.
Craig's Dash Cam: what a waste using paint hardener ..keep it for future touch-ups or give/donate it to someone else !!!