It depends, what are you doing? Water is easier to use and clean up, but oil has a longer dry time, which could be important if you're doing fine art, and it tends to be more durable, which could be important if you're painting a wall, or a door. Just remember, you can paint oils over water-based paints, but not vice versa.
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Can you use latex paint over an oil based primer?
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