The term enameling refers to applying “enamel” paint. Although they have started manufacturing water base enamels, the enamels most commonly referred to in the industry are oil base. Enamels are designed to have excellent flow and leveling properties which means you get a very smooth finish. They also dry harder and are much more durable than ordinary wall paint. Enamels are most commonly used on trim pieces such as baseboard, casing, windows, doors and cabinets. Enamels come in most of the colors available for regular paint. Enamel can be hand brushed, but a spray application will provide a much smoother finish.

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