Oil flows out , it takes longer to cure. Latex really cant, its the
paints chemistry. But your finish is only as good as your surface. If
you painted glass with latex with a brush , you will always have brush
marks, spray it will be good, but the finish isnt as high a quality as
oil. Only 2 paints can you brush on glass and have it look sprayed Ben
Moore Satin impervo and P& L oil gloss. But they run 40 a gallon. And
you need penetrol and a 20 - 30$ brush.
I dont know what kind of doors but to benefit from spraying oil You
need a great smooth surface 220 g on a sander equaling 320 by hand.
Alot of work. But then the rest of the trim may look out of place. Oil
will also look different if you are using latex for other trim. If nice
panel doors sand with 180 and try latex. There are better latex paints
BM, Sherwin williams, But to change now will be noticable, color and
sheen level. Hope i didnt confuse the issue, thats why i dont like
talking paint , I cant see it, It takes to long to write, and hard to