glossy paint

glossy paint

A paint that dries with a superficial shine or luster, in contrast to a flat paint.
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Consider choosing affordable, practical solutions for your vacation home, such as energy-saving lighting, large windows and glossy paint that is easy to clean.
Vintage chairs can be recovered in fresh fabrics, and antique furniture can shine with a new coat of glossy paint.
It was applying glossy paint over an old fence to hide that it's actually falling apart.
Whether fine wood, matt or glossy paint, or high-quality laminate, the panel system is available in all surface designs of the broad SieMatic range of products and can be combined as desired.
The Tokyo branch of the company said graffiti will be scraped off and recoated with glossy paint that promotes fast and easy removal of graffiti and adhesives.
The vehicle features glossy paint, chrome detailing, and a leather interior with white accents.
First up is what you see: a purposeful maxi-scooter style chassis that looks modern and sleek, with cool LEDs in the headlights, glossy paint and protective screen.
When she took a paintbrush in her twisted hand, and opened her jars of brilliant, glossy paint, her spirit was free.
All this was reflected in the surfaces of the paintings, as if Irwin had tried to duplicate the effects of Gerhard Richrer's glass works by using glossy paint.
When I was painting them, they only looked good when wet, but luckily I found a glossy paint and I'm happy with them now.
Cigarette paper tight panel gaps and deep, glossy paint finish is the norm here, any wafty panel fit points to crash damage.
People often want to jump and start painting, but there's no way new paint will adhere to old glossy paint.