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Posted by Mr. Paint on April 21st, 2003 03:41 PM
In reply to Bathroom Paint by Karen on April 21st, 2003 01:27 PM [Go to top of thread] are right - Satin/SG it is easier to clean - it is also less likely to mildew - because the surface is slick - harder for mildew spores to stick.

Having said that, if this is a powder room - or a bath that isn't used a great deal - a flatter paint would be fine - you just have to be careful with how you wash it.

Behr paints are all on the shiny side - if you get their "Flat Enamel" - it is really an eggshell finish - and is washable.

Mr. Paint

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