Polyurethane, comes in several finishes. Including Matt (flat),
satin, semi-gloss, and high gloss. I am not entirely sure about
With a water based varnish
Doesn't the amount of varnish in the paint make the difference?
Varnish preserves wood better than paint.
How do you use any paint under another ? If you mean, can you paint acrylic OVER varnish, it depends exactly what kind of acrylic. - Many will not work over varnish.
No you cannot paint over a varnish. it does not work well and the paint will not likely stick. A varnish is a kind of paint anyways and protects the furniture too.
Oil based paint can be used over wood varnish. I wouldn't recommend using a latex.
You need a Varnish with UV inhibitors.
Kitchen cabinet resurfacing entails stripping the varnish and/or paint from your cabinets, sanding them, and reapplying varnish or paint to change the appearance.
I have come across a similar issue. The answer is a product called "dead flat varnish" and it is made by a company called Modern Masters. You most likely need to order it on the internet, as it is not usually sold in stores. Good Luck!
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No, they will separate.
Usually yes. You'd be advised to use a water based varnish, and rough up the paint a little before coating.
That is not generally recommended.
You will most likely need to remove the old varnish first. This is done by applying a varnish stripper, which is available at hardware stores that sell paint products.
They include flat (matte), satin, semi- and hi gloss. It depends on if it is oil or water based. Varnish & stains offer different sheen options, also.