Hi everyone, 1.Living room: Dulux Easycare (Matt - Goose Down) 2.Bathrooms: Dulux Trade Bathroom+ (Soft Sheen - Blue Lagoon) 3.Bedrooms: Wallpapered 4.Kitchen: Dulux Kitchen (Matt - Lime Sorbet) 5.Staircase,Hallways,Landing: Dulux Easycare (Matt - Pure Brilliant White) 6.Skirtings: Dulux Satinwood Once (Pure Brilliant White, oil based) Above is what my house is currently painted with, 5/6 are the issue areas I need help with. My landing, stairs and hallway is current painted with Easycare PBW and although I love the finish of Matt, its not very easy caring, it is wipable but scratches is the most common issue in this busy area so I am forever having to touch up areas (corner to corner method) as I have slight OCD when it comes to paint and blemishes on walls. I have recently (Not yet used) bought the Dulux Trade Diamond Matt as was hoping this would give a tougher finish similar to how the Bathroom+ finish is, this is scratch proof and I have never needed to touch it up before, however it has a sheen to it and not really designed for stairways. I am wondering if I should return the Diamond Matt and switch to Eggshell for extra protection in terms of scratches, and I can also use this paint on my skirtings which is my next problem. I have read though that touching up is a nightmare on Eggshell but as it will have a tougher finish I won't be touching up as often plus I always paint corner to corner rather than touching up. Thoughts? Second problem; Its a new build house and they used oil based paint (Dulux Satinwood but the earlier generations without the triangle). I want to completely avoid a high gloss oil based paint because the yellowing is horrendous in just over a year being there. Would you recommend Dulux Trade Diamond Eggshell or Layland Trade version? Thankyou all.