Tips for painting trim? and old windows?
I plan to paint the interior trim in my 1930s-era house. Much of it has not been painted in 20 years! I'd appreciate some tips so this project will go smoothly.
Should I prime all three pieces of the baseboard or just the bottom part (similar to corner round), which is nicked up with lots of wood showing. The door trim is in better shape but there are still some nicks on the bottom 3 feet.
What type of brushes should I use? I bought a square brush that is angled which looked useful for the top part and the quarter round, but not for the 6-inch tall middle. I also have old 6-over-6 windows to paint.
I've used BM Regal Select semi-gloss on other projects with good results, but I am reading here that the Satin Impervo is better? Would it have a much stronger odor though? What primer should I use?
Thanks for any advice!