I painted a door with latex paint but you can see the brush marks just slightly. Is it possible to give it a light sanding to smooth it out without.
I hand sand latex paint all the time! I just make sure that it's thoroughly dry. I especially like to sand the final coat on cabinets, and furniture.
When painting trim, doors and cabinets, you should sand latex paint in between coats for a smooth, glossy finish. If you're careful and use the right sanding materials, you can paint, sand and re-coat latex in a day. Use 120- or 150-grit sandpaper or a fine to medium flexible.
Sand the walls from the baseboard to the ceiling with fine-grit sanding . you can wash that out—presuming you're using latex paint, which is.
Yes. if you're trying to achieve the smoothest possible finish, you can wet sand latex enamel with 1200 grit paper. It's best done after a day of letting the final coat .