Join Date: Oct 2001
Location: The Netherlands
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I'll go out to buy the materials I need this weekend.
The behr paint is something I cannot buy here, but I'm sure I can find a good alternative.
About painting it either white or grey. Is it not better to paint it grey first and then a 000 (pure) white matte paint carefully sponging it and before its dry using a quality roller to rid any bumps so that the screen will be both grey and white and perfectly flat or will this give some sort of wasout picture? I am new to the projector world and the only screens I have seen were white, white and grey (with poor quality projectors shown on it only) or pearlescent. (I cannot afford any of these as I have to borrow money to buy the projector as it is) I can only make logical conclusions and one would think that the best screen would be white for a good reflection and grey for better blacks.