@diy guy i‘ve found similar results.
Oil or water based floor paint.
The three main differences between oil based & water based are the effect on the wood color, the drying time & odor from voc’s.
And the finished paint job resists both yellowing and cracking.
Oil based has a high level of voc fumes & longer drying time.
It does leave a slightly yellow sheen, especially with multiple coatings, though this may be desired in some applications.
As such, there are significant upsides to oil as well as water and latex based paints.
These porch paints are also perfect for adding a pop of color and protection to gates and porch railings.
Also, you need to consider where your hardwood floors are.
So next time you're put on the spot.
Since these solids create the protective finish, you need to apply four coats, as opposed to two or three.
As a decorator you probably get asked this a lot, with the answer often being 'it depends.'.
When applying polyurethane to floors, you may need to apply additional coats every two years or so.
More frequently used paint is alkyd paints, because it is low in price and tougher.
It dries quickly so you can get in two coats in a day.
The advantages of this carrier are manifold.
For that reason, we emphasize on knowing the type of floor you have as well as your needs.
This is an option we didn’t include in this post because it takes a lot of sanding and meticulous preparation that, if rushed through, will lead to the same issues you’d get if you’d put water over oil.
Cleanup is done with soap and water.
These characteristics bring different benefits to your unique wood floor.