Could you tell me which type of paint you generally recommend for wooden doors to be painted white (gloss?, satin-wood?, other). Do you always paint skirting with same? Thank you!
Doors take a lot of use and abuse, so when painting them, choose a durable finish that has a semigloss or gloss sheen. Semigloss or gloss makes cleaning easier and holds up to frequent cleaning. You need to lay down at least two topcoats to get a uniform appearance.
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For internal doors you can use what you like (gloos -satinwood- eggshell) depends how you want to be the finish, yes i will paint the skirting with same paint
Sitin wood or egg shell
last long time gloss go brown thow time
Preparing your woodwork for painting is very important, fill any holes using correct wood filler,
Sand and undercoat, this will give you a floorless finish after glossing
The best paint for wood is Satin wood or eggshell but depinde of client if preferred gloss.
Yes first undercoat and then gloss or Satin wood or even an eggshell and same for the woodwork
On new wood I would prime 2 coats, undercoat and then gloss lightly sanding between coats.
My preference is dulux paints or high gloss for mirror finish but there are satinwood paints, water based,solvent based and oil based.
Water based is not for me but again personal preference.
I like dulux none drip rather than liquid gloss.
Again all good for doors/skirts and architraves also gloss as more durability and easy clean.
We would recommend rubbing down the doors and applying gloss, there is also a primer then gloss.