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Should a shiny, lower paint layer need to be roughened to give it tooth before painting over it (mechanical bond), or would the chemical bond between the two layers be sufficient?
I've been adding walnut alkyd directly to my paint blobs on the palette before painting, without OMS (which is easy to overuse), and enjoy the viscosity, but the result is sometimes a shiny layer .
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It is generally best to have both chemical adhesion and at
least a little mechanical tooth. You will likely be fine, but it could not hurt
to slightly rough up an overly slick surface.
What would you recommend to roughen it? I've used a new, clean, kitchen scrubby, dedicated for this purpose in the past to god effect (it doesn't "slub up" sanding soft surfaces) but am open ot other methods.
Your scrubby may be fine, only you can tell if it is both
effective and not too aggressive.
On the other hand, I might make a slurry of chalk and some linseed
oil and carefully rub it on the slick surface using a cloth and in small
circular motions. Just make sure to only do this on the slick parts and not
where the paint is absorbent, and to make sure to remove all residues from the
surface after you have diminished the gloss.