It's almost impossible to answer this because depends on the type of paint, the temperature, the humidity, and the ventilation.
At 70 degrees Fahrenheit and a relative humidity of less than 50%, alkyd paints generally cure completely in 3 days or so. Latex paints under the same conditions will appear to dry faster but will not completely cure and stop releasing solvent into the air for up to 30 days.
Likewise, how soon you can safely sleep in the room depends partly on your tolerance for the solvents in the particular paint you've chosen. Some paints are specially formulated with low or zero VOC (volatile organic content) and are essentially safe even while still wet.
how ever long it takes to dry so just shut up
Most glues will stick to gloss paint.
Can I paint semi gloss over flat paint? Thanks!Barbara Phillips
Semi-gloss paint sometimes has problem sticking to walls that have a higher gloss paint type already on them. Usually, a light sanding and a coat of primer will help. Sometimes, semi-gloss paint peels if it was applied during high-humidity weather, as it doesn't dry all the way through.
Semi-gloss paint most times exposes the metal of your car. It can lead to rust and erosion issues. Gloss paint is definitely the way to go.
Yes, you can. You can always paint over with same paint.
Before any interior painting
No, often high gloss paint is oil based.
If the question is: What is the ratio of high gloss paint to flat paint sold, the answer is 57:33.
Gloss. You can use any type of spray paint for spray paint art, but be sure it is gloss.
Latex paint with a 60 degree or better gloss.
If your gloss white is good quality, then a single coat should cover a grey primer.