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Old 09-10-2016, 01:34 PM   #1
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I did a search here and could not find anything on this product.
Are their any opinions out there on "Oil Bond", it's designed to improve adhesion of latex paints to oil-based surfaces.
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Old 09-10-2016, 01:56 PM   #2
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Wouldn't trust it myself. Just checked out their website and it looks a little too much "As seen on TV!" to me. All of the five products this company sells cost exactly the same per quart which just seems odd given the various purposes and ingredients that would have to be present in each. Metal Bond, Oil Bond, Dirt Repel, Paint Enhancer, Hard Coat. Each product has you adding exactly 16oz per gallon of paint.

"Makes painting easier and faster." I'm just not a very trusting person I guess.

http://www.latexagent.com/products/latex-agent-oil-bond
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Don't think it's about being a trusting person, it's about experience and product knowledge. Your review is pretty much my take on the product too. Worst situation ever is having a job where latex paint is flying off oil base coat.

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IIRC I believe Briggs has used this. Maybe he'll have a review for you.
We always prime over oil. It's not worth the risk in my book.
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I've used it and it worked. That said there are way too many variables to say it would work all the time so be sure to do a test spot before fully committing to it and ending up with a big mess on your hands.
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