Good Paint to Use on Trim
I have been trying to paint my trim for a while now :(
At this point I have use BM Regal Semi-Gloss and BM Impervo Satin Oil-Based and I am brushing it on. I have a E&J Chinex brush. But ordered a few Corona brushes 2/2.5 sash and a 3 flat that I will be getting this week.
The BM Impervo Oil-Based comes out pretty good. You see brush strokes but they are less that the Regal.
I really like how the oil-based looks and feels afterwards but my only concern with that is the potential of it eventually yellowing. Part of me thinks if I added floetrol to the Regal and if it were satin it may have looked as good as the oil-based. But it still would feel like plastic for sure. My wife did use floetrol when she was painting with the Regal and it looked better, I just forget if it had as few brush strokes as the oil-based.
I almost feel all of the time I have wasted plus expense on brushes...that I would have been better off buying a HVLP air gun to do the job.
Can someone let me know which paint in either BM or Sherwin that they have used and their technique that resulted in fewer brush marks?
What is a good HVLP air gun to buy if you recommend one of those?
Thanks in advance,