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Old 12-29-2018, 02:53 AM   #1
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Best latex for a wood panel wall. Painting over existing clear laquered wood. Will have to prime fill and caulk. Just wonder what latex would give the best hardest finish??


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When we paint over wood paneling we sand it, clean it, and then do 1-2 coats of BIN, (we may sand the BIN depending on if it raises wood grain) caulk, fill and sand holes, and finally do two coats of PPG Wondertones on lower end-work and PPG Manor Hall on higher-end work.
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I would think that any of the numerous threads on PT regarding the prep and top coating of cabinets would hold true for that type of paneling.
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Bin shellac primer + 2 coats of Benjamin Moore Scuff-X.
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A couple years ago I was putting together a bid to paint oak doors and trim that has stain and poly. My local paint store guru said to scuff, use a high bonding primer like stix or uma, then any paint I want over that. I asked him about a paint which he no longer carried, Muralo Ultra Ceramic (now owned by California Paints). His response was that if I used Muralo, I could skip the primer as the Muralo would stick to anything.

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A couple years ago I was putting together a bid to paint oak doors and trim that has stain and poly. My local paint store guru said to scuff, use a high bonding primer like stix or uma, then any paint I want over that. I asked him about a paint which he no longer carried, Muralo Ultra Ceramic (now owned by California Paints). His response was that if I used Muralo, I could skip the primer as the Muralo would stick to anything.

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futty, Did you take his advise? And finally, what product did you use and how did it turn out?
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A couple years ago I was putting together a bid to paint oak doors and trim that has stain and poly. My local paint store guru said to scuff, use a high bonding primer like stix or uma, then any paint I want over that. I asked him about a paint which he no longer carried, Muralo Ultra Ceramic (now owned by California Paints). His response was that if I used Muralo, I could skip the primer as the Muralo would stick to anything.

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There are paints that will stick to it, but they wont block any stain bleedthrough. Stix and UMA DO NOT block stains either, BTW. Always best to put a coat of BIN. It dries in 5 minutes anyway. Makes your day go quicker

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