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post #11 of 11 (permalink) Old 03-04-2020, 10:23 PM
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First Name: Mark
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I agree with Nick.

These are my thoughts and (probably) mine only. For my house....

Walls - latex paint and probably eggshell sheen. Ceilings - flat latex

Trim (baseboards, crown molding, bookshelves and such) oil based paints. Oil based paints are tougher than latex but not the toughest.
* For big trim jobs beyond baseboards and common crown molds, I’ll use enamels. This is about as hard as I want to go.

If I’m building and spraying houses, I typically stay 100% latex unless the customer request something different. That’s easiest for me and for customer when they decide to repaint.
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