Oil based Primer for interior doors
Our house was built in 1940's, and the interior several layers on paint on them. I think the last time the house was painted was over 10 years ago. We're planning to paint the inside with all Dunn Edwards paint. We're supplying all the paint and primers.
Suprema flat for the walls
Evershield semigloss for the bathroom, kitchen walls, and doors, trim.
The painter said that the old paint on the doors is oil based, and he suggests using oil based primer. From what I read, if probably sanded, Bulls Eye 123 should work. I figure if he wants to do the extra work and has the know how for the oil based primer, I'll be happy to supply.
I live in Calif, so not sure what would be available, but what would you recommend?
Also, I have an addition with Douglas Fir ceiling and casings, which product should I use for clear coat? The painter suggests that I buy water based.
He also mentioned for the wall, with flat on flat, he would only spot prime. Is Bulls Eye 123 OK for this method?
I would appreciate any advice.