I have a large area of tongue and groove pine which my owner wants painted in Awlgrip. I know Awlgrip is compatible with timber and I believe pine should be especially suitable because it's not an especially oily timber.
Because I have to paint
approximately 40 square metres I'll be doing it in about 4 sections. Now the problem: the paint
area in question is directly over the owners outside dining table and because it will show every imperfection I intend to use a flattening agent to give a more matt finish. I'll have to roll and tip this in 4 sections, mixing up 4 separate paint mixes and I'm worried I might get a different matt if I use too much/little flattening agent.
Does anyone have experience of using Awlgrip on timber.
Does anyone have experience of using flattening agents in Awlgrip
I'd be very grateful for any advise.