The porch screen doors are done! I love how they look with the new door pulls instead of the latch, and the effect of the soft white milk paint is exactly what I wanted.
I also treated our front door with pure tung oil, also purchased from the Real Milk Paint company. It is a delight to work with and although they recommend using it in a ventilated area, the odor is a very nice nutty smell that isn't strong at all. They recommend 4-6 treatments of tung oil for full waterproofing in an outdoor area. Since the porch is covered I'm going to do 3 more over the next 3 weekends. But even this first coat has made a huge difference in the door. I should have taken a before photo but forgot to do so! The wood was dry and a very light brown in areas. It looks really good now. The light strips along the two panels aren't really as light as they look in this photo. I also treated the wooden door jamb. I was tempted to come in and do the wood floors - maybe a future project.
I also washed down the "not sure if it needs painting or not" white areas of the porch with a white vinegar and water solution and there is really no need for painting any of it at this time, thank goodness!
There are now three big screens, a support beam, and one smaller triangular screen left to go. After that it's on to the cat tunnel and front porch steps.
Hope everyone had a happy long weekend!