So I'm finally coming around to painting my interior doors in my house. They are the MDF Solid molded composite doors. I want to paint them with the least amount of imperfections in the panels, so the guy at the store recommended I spray them.
I've never sprayed before but I'm sure I can get the hang of it. He said to thin the paint with floetrol and practice on some scrap wood, then spray it on with light coats. Was also told that a foam brush would do the job nicely as well.
Anyone recommend just rolling them with a foam brush, or should I take my chance at spraying them? I'm considering using this small spray gun since it has good reviews and is priced right: http://www.amazon.com/Critter-Spray-.../dp/B00006FRPJ
For paint I am using either a Benjamin Moore or California brand, same for primer.
Here i a pic of the door:
Any tips appreciated!!!