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Enamel paints are oil-based, and they provide a hard and glossy finish. Latex paints dry more quickly, but they typically do not last as long. More »

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It is possible to paint with latex over enamel that is deglossed and primed. The key is to remove the glossy surface of the enamel paint. More »

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Enamel paint is a type of paint with a hard, glossy and opaque finish. Historically, the term meant it was a paint with an oil base and high gloss finish. More »

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Imron polyurethane enamel is a high-quality paint and finish with notable durability, chemical resistance and long-lasting glossiness. It is an easy-to-use, single-stage topcoat product available in almost any color, and... More »

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Polyurethane can be used over enamel paint, which often provides a harder finish than latex-based paints. For best results enamel paint should be allowed to dry for three to seven days before applying the finish. More »

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Latex paints in unopened containers that are well sealed can last up to a decade and a half. On the other hand, latex paints that have been opened can stay without spoiling for two years. More »

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