What is your brush of choice?
I tried this product last week and will use again this week. I like the way it looks, I used a Wooster 3" angle sash, I think it was a "firm" or something like that.
I don't consider myself one of the "great ones," but here goes:I thought about what I said about finding "a latex that will lay down like oil". I have to find a product that I can lay down like oil. I have done a few small latex jobs and used BM AquaGlo and BM Water Impervo. Both are good but I am lacking in practice and technique. Oh teach me great ones.
On a large surface, like doors or cabinets, I'll roll out the waterborne satin impervo with a 4" wooster pro dooz sausage type roller, then back brush it with my wooster extra firm trim brush. Smaller surfaces just get the brush. I've tried other "softer" brushes and they are a pain to work with and don't seem to provide any smoother of a surface. Practice with it before using it at a customers home, as it takes some getting used to, as it will sag and drip like crazy as it dries if you apply too heavy of a coat.