Using primer for your paint jobs.

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Using primer for your paint jobs.

Postby HandyDan » Mon Nov 24, 2014 10:02 pm

New wood, or new drywall will always need primer. Wood will take many more coats to cover because it will absorb the paint, primer will be a real time saver for new wood covering. New drywall will also need primer to hide the paper and plaster transitions.

If your wall or object is already painted, try a primer and paint combined product or sand the surface well or use TSP and you will usually be ok to avoid using the primer.

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