Keeping white white

Old 08-11-03, 10:25 AM
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Keeping white white

For white trim, I've used an alkyd oil enamel and love the "wet look" sheen you can get but it always seems to yellow in a few years. A latex hi-gloss paint product just doesn't yield the same finish but at least it doesn't seem to yellow. Any suggestions for a product that will give me a very white white with a high gloss and won't yellow. How about an automotive type acrylic enamel?
Old 08-11-03, 10:43 AM
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I've used Benjamin Moore's Impervex Hi-Gloss Latex, looked pretty good to me, had a strong shine to it.
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Benjamn Moore paint is quite good.

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