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Semi-gloss refers to a type of finish or sheen that possesses a moderate or medium level of shine. It falls between a high-gloss finish, which is extremely shiny, and a matte finish, which has no shine at all. Semi-gloss is commonly used in various applications, such as painting, woodworking, and interior design, where a balance between shine and durability is desired.
Example: The living room walls were painted with a semi-gloss finish, giving them a subtle sheen that beautifully reflected the ambient light.
These terms can be used to describe finishes or surfaces that exhibit a moderate level of shine, offering different options for achieving a desired aesthetic effect.
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