By Fix-It Club
With additional pigment to improve their covering capabilities, true one-coat paints are otherwise just more expensive versions of ordinary latex or alkyd paints. For best results, reserve them for use on flawless, same-color surfaces that have been previously sealed.
Tip: Not all paints advertised as "one-coat" really are. Read the warranty.
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