That would take way too much time and money.
Oil or latex paint for doors and trim.
I recently decided it was time to finish the job, and the first step was to determine the paint that would perform best regardless of brand, sheen or color.
Use 150 grit paper for this sanding and go for a matte look.
It is also the best paint choice for metalwork, such as railings.
For new work, trim and doors should be sprayed if you are looking for the ultimate finish.
It's fairly difficult to apply latex paints these days without brush marks to some degree.
Moore, waterborne satin impervo, and sherwin's waterborne proclassic), and has a softer, less durable finish.
From almost every square inch of the beautiful, ornate trim, the new paint was peeling away in sheets.
It is more durable than latex paint so it is more frequently used on trim and doors.
Unfortunately, i didn’t get around to painting it.
Use a high quality latex like sw's proclassic and you will get great results.
It takes longer to dry, but it holds its sheen longer.
Brushes and other tools must be cleaned immediately.
Inside the door when i saw why she’d been concerned:
You'll also need the best brushes for painting trim;
But after doing some research, many say that oil based paint will hold up better.
Doing so the other way round is also fine.
It takes longer to dry and requires chemicals to clean up any paint messes.
I wasn’t even 2 ft.