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PostPosted: Tue Aug 28, 2018 6:20 pm 
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Hi,

As the above Sticky on the Yellowing gloss problem a few years ago, we were then advised to use Johnstones Aqua System Trade Water Base Gloss and matching undercoat for several interior white doors.
[https://www.johnstonestrade.com/product/aqua-water-based-gloss]

Seems the were right as there is no obvious yellowing though they are now getting a bit tired and other interior woodwork needs repainting; the only downside is that it gives more of a Satin finish than full gloss.

Any comment about any better non yellowing white gloss or is this Johnstones one about as good as any ?

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Dulux Trade QD Gloss.

I'm no fan of Dulux for a variety of different reasons, but QD gloss is the best water-based gloss out there. Not the most forgiving paint, as it's a tad heavy in application, and tends to eat brushes a bit too readily, but the results are easily as good as oil.

Drop of water or Floetrol goes a long way with this paint. :thumbright:

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Thanks,

Will give it a try and perhaps try thinning it a bit to help reduce lines when covering the doors.


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