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fruitsalad | 11:52 Fri 28th May 2021 | Home & Garden
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That does everything, walls, doors, skirting?

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Simple answer to that would be no. I do know of some that have used a vinyl silk emulsion on all of what you mention but it's not ideal.
I've used the satin version of this on my skirting boards and I really liked it...it can be used on anything. Very fast drying. Comes in various basic colours, satin, matte and gloss. Maybe the matte is suitable for walls.
Not cheap. I *think* it can be tinted.

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Use whatever paint gives you the look you want IMV. I'm hopeless at gloss painting - is there a rule says you can't paint doors & skirtings matt?
Multi-surface basically means wood and metal. I have never been asked to use anything other than emulsion on walls and ceilings, nor would i like to attempt it. The cost would be something!
Dave, i have twice used emulsion on skirting boards and doors, etc, (on top of an undercoat) at the customer's request, though i did try and persuade them to go satin. I don't particularly like the finish but the customer is always right. :-(
I went into a house once where the walls, metal stair rail and all woodwork had all been painted battleship grey gloss....freont door both sides and windowframes in and out too. She said it was easy, hardwearing and could be scrubbed down....but she was a lady who had her problems and I don't advise it.
I redecorated a house last year in which all the woodwork - and there was quite a lot of it - was painted in black gloss. The customer had me paint all of it white. That was a week's work in itself :-))
I gave a customer a price once for a bedroom which was painted black ceiling, walls and woodwork. Needless to say I put in a high price as they wanted it done in one coat and a much lighter colour. Didn't get the job. Felt sorry for who ever got the job in the end but don't think it would have been done in one coat.
pasta it wasn't grey woodwork and trim, it was grey gloss paint EVERYWHERE...walls, ceilings, the floor where it wasn't carpetted, the kitchen table and chairs....

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