Doesn't sound like Die for nothing you know! I've spent hours on my knees ... But I digress. 34 has been renovating her house and Jones & I have been helping Anyway, what I wanted the ask was this - What paint do you recommend for woodwork, those pesky door frames & skirtings? I remember we did have a discussion about it once before but I'm jiggered if I can find it. Gloss paint now turns yellow because of the bluddy EU interfering so I need an alternative. 34 bought satin finish but I think it's Looks like posh emulsion I had a wander around B&Q but their were too many cans of this and that and the walls started closing in on me so I came home. I'd appreciate any suggestions - About paint that is.
Post by Diamond Diva on Sept 25, 2019 19:43:15 GMT
I always use Satinwood too, it goes on easily, no yellowing, dries quickly and you clean the brushes with water, also I use a small sponge roller when doing doors, quick and easy without runs or brush marks, brilliant!
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I generally use Dulux satinwood and it's still white after 9 years. However, I also used Wilko satinwood in the bathroom and when I recently redecorated it, after the refurb, the paintwork didn't need doing (thankfully) as that's also stayed white. 👍