How to paint an Interior Door
Doors take a considerable measure of utilization and misuse, so when painting them, pick a solid complete that has a semigloss or gleam sheen. Semigloss or shine makes tidying simpler and holds up to incessant cleaning. You have to set down no less than two topcoats to get a uniform appearance. On the off chance that the present completion on the entryway is a polished paint, utilize a deglosser to dull the completion.
Leave door entryways holding tight their pivots while you paint them with the goal that you can paint both sides in the meantime. You can evacuate most advanced lock sets in under a moment (and supplant them in less than two), so uprooting them for painting is simpler than covering. Verify that you do one or the other.
You must seal all surfaces of new ways to keep dampness from entering the entryway and making it twist. This stride is discriminating for a strong wood entryway or a strong center veneered entryway. You can even seal the surfaces of empty center entryways (the most widely recognized lightweight inside entryway), which aren't as inclined to distorting. In the event that you don't plan to take the entryway off, slip a mirror under it to check whether the base edge has been painted. If not, either utilize a smaller than normal painting cushion that empowers you to paint the base edge or expel the entryway from its pivots, apply a sealer to the base edge, and rehang the way to paint whatever remains of it.
Moving a flush (level) door
Paint a level entryway with a brush, cushion, or roller (with a 1/4-inch rest or froth sleeve). In the event that you utilize a roller, backbrush instantly with a wide brush or cushion to smooth the roller stipple. The surface that rollers give functions admirably for dividers and roofs however isn't alluring on entryways or wood trim.
Doors with a luan mahogany polish have a rougher composition than those with a birch lacquer. Despite the fact that you'll never get a mahogany entryway as smooth as you can a birch entryway, sanding between coats helps, particularly in case you're preparing and painting another entryway. In the wake of painting the entryway itself, paint the doorjamb and packaging, starting at the doorstop and working out.
Painting raised-board Door
Paint a raised-board entryway with a brush and paint with the common grain of the wood. Painting around the boards is tedious, making it hard to keep a wet edge.
One regularly prescribed methodology is to paint every one of the boards first. In any case, this methodology lives up to expectations just in the event that you cut in painstakingly and abstain from getting paint on the stiles' characteristics, muntins, and rails that edge the boards. On the off chance that you get paint on a stile while painting the first couple of boards, for instance, the paint may set up before you're prepared to paint whatever remains of the stile.
For most painters, the best approach is to paint the top pair of boards and the stiles, muntins, and rails around them. At that point move to the following lower pair of boards, et cetera. Utilizing a paint conditioner keeps a wet edge longer, makes the paint go on all the more effectively, and enhances its bond, which are extremely imperative qualities for entryway painting.