I'm currently painting some of the interior walls with Brightside as the old paint is pretty much worn off. In general it looks good, but I do have a few drips and droops - any advice on what to do with them - sand and yet another coat? And what is the best way you've found to tip brightside.
I use Brightside inside where I need paint. I brush it and watch for sags and drips as I paint and clean up. After it's dry, you can take a really sharp chisel and shave off the run, then lightly sand and buff. But unless you spend more time than resanding and repainting, it's noticeable. On the other hand, the paint lasts forever.