I had some places on my house where the latex paint had bubbled. I scraped off the bubbles, primed, and then painted with a color-matched latex (I was able to take a piece from a bubble to the paint store). They asked me if the paint was glossy, semi-gloss, or flat. I did not know since I did not paint the house after I bought it.
Long story short, the color looks right but from any angle you can clearly see the semi-gloss paint. The original paint may have been satin/flat, or perhaps it faded that way over time.
I was wondering if it is possible to sand the new areas (after waiting a week or two for them to cure) in order to remove the glossy appearance? If so what grit would I use? Would wet-sand paper be better?