AVS Club Gold
Join Date: Nov 2002
Location: Byhalia, Mississippi. Waaaay down in the Bottoms
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I was referring to finding a Matte White melamine. The Article was specifically referring to a Matte Finish in the Sherwin William paints being too dull, not any reference to a Clear medium. In any case, it's been well proven that applying a Clear Coat all too often either muddies up the image, or creates undue reflectiveness.
I have had considerable experience with such and I cannot recommend that course. I can only advise you to apply a suitable Paint on such a surface, with or without first Priming as mentioned above. That being the case, if you can find the SW-Pro-Classic Satin, you can duplicate the Projector Central effort. If not, re-post and alternative paint solutions can be provided. Considering your use of Metric figures, your probably residing in Canada. That would leave us with dealing with whatever local suppliers you have close (...where is that, BTW? ) or you ordering something via the Web.
To quote James T. Kirk;
"I'm laughing at the superior intellect"