Washable paint-The higher the gloss of the paint, the more washable an end. Consequently, flat topcoat easier to mess up with fresh paint than it is to clean. Satin finishes are designed to be washable, which means they hold up to the light, gentle cleansing with soap, water and a soft cloth. Semi-gloss finishes are also washable paint, and generally remains intact with more vigorous scrubbing. Gloss and high-gloss finishes are the easiest to clean. They are formulated to keep up to scrubbing with soap, water and a soft sponge.
Each is available in three degrees of quality: low or professional quality, medium or decorator quality and high quality. Both types also come in many designs ranging from flat to shine. Quality and finish is just as important to choose the right interior paint color – what works well for one project may be totally inappropriate for another. Paint with a satin finish is formulated to hold up to washable paint. A paint finish, or gloss, defined by the amount gloss it has. Flat finishes, also known as carpet, absorbs light and has the lowest amount of gloss. A flat surface is best to hide flaws, and is typically used on ceilings, plaster and imperfect surfaces