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Old 11-21-2013, 10:38 PM   #1
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Just used kilz max for the first time yesterday and was very impressed with the stain and odor blocking for not being oil based. Has anybody else used this product with good results?
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Old 11-22-2013, 08:38 PM   #2
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Yes I did yesterday, and I will use it again tomorrow
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It certainly appears as though this manufacturer is gaining new ground. I am also impressed with there products. I need to try some others as well.
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What is cost?
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Retail is 35.99 but my cost is 28.99 before tax. It covers well and no need for second coat of primer and that translates into painting sooner and paid!!
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Retail is 35.99 but my cost is 28.99 before tax. It covers well and no need for second coat of primer and that translates into painting sooner and paid!!
I used it saturday to prime some walls. I asked the guy at HD to match the color from BM and just shoot 65% of the formula and it came out exactly to the sample.
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I used it saturday to prime some walls. I asked the guy at HD to match the color from BM and just shoot 65% of the formula and it came out exactly to the sample.

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Id ask some other local suppliers what they have that is similar. For $28.99 you should have a lot of options.
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Id ask some other local suppliers what they have that is similar. For $28.99 you should have a lot of options.
I have used premium kilz on similar projects when the HO didn't want oil and it usually took two coats to get even 2/3 the coverage this did in one so one coat and right to paint is pretty good for 28.99 a gallon compared to a few dollars cheaper for the premium and two coats. Besides I usually use BM fresh start and it's not exactly cheap either.
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So how does this primer sand on drywall? If you wanted to use it on millwork how would it perform and sand?

Price is good with the hd pro discount.
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So how does this primer sand on drywall? If you wanted to use it on millwork how would it perform and sand?

Price is good with the hd pro discount.
One of the best primers for wall paint sheen build that I have seen. Sands similar to 046 from BM on wood, can be a little gummy if premature, so not quite as loveable as W&W on wood, but still quite competent.

If you google it, there is a review or two out there on it.



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I read the review you did, love wall and wood for an all purpose interior primer. It does really good with the all things pine we have been doing on our nc work. I think we have had maybe three or four spots that bled through our topcoats so far on over 5k lf.
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So how does this primer sand on drywall? If you wanted to use it on millwork how would it perform and sand?

Price is good with the hd pro discount.
Not sure how it would do on new Sheetrock, mill work it does pretty good in my opinion but have not done a bunch of lineal feet. For 30 dollars a gallon I prefer to use a pva primer for Sheetrock my price for Benjamin Moore super hide primer is about 10.00 a gallon so it's a price I can't pass u and it always does the job. Just my opinion though.
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