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Paint finishes can be matte, eggshell, satin, semi-gloss or high-gloss. If you are wondering which finish you should use in your home, check out this guide that outlines the different types of paint finishes. Learn how each paint finish is different and get tips for choosing the perfect paint.
Eggshell paint has a mid-level sheen. Eggshell finishes are often identified as having a somewhat dull surface with a light shine. Beyond those general characteristics, there is not one singular standard for eggshell paint.
One difference between satin paint finish and eggshell paint finish is that satin paint has considerably more sheen, while eggshell has a low-luster sheen. Another difference is that surfaces covered with satin paint are easier to clean than surfaces covered with eggshell paint.
Rawlins Paints take a look at some frequently asked questions that our customers ask us about paint finishes, and what kind of additives can be added to give specific finishes. For example, "what is eggshell paint?" or "can I paint over gloss paint?".
Eggshell paint is often chosen for its smooth sheen and feel and is comparable to its namesake — the eggshell. Although it is not as reflective as satin paint, it is more reflective than flat paint and often used for decorative finishes. Eggshell paint is referred to as having a little luster, rather than being shiny.