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Old 06-02-2013, 11:01 AM   #1
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Hi , has anyone experienced this issue with BIN? My client sprayed on some in a wavey line along a tape joint in his kitchen. He waited 15 mins and painted Flat ceiling paint onto the ceiling. You can visibly see where he sprayed the BIN as its very shiny and bleeding through the paint

I came there yesterday , new BIN spray can , applied it to the area , waited 1 hour and covered with SW P400 flat ceiling paint x 3 coats and it is still bleeding through.

Any suggestions would be appreciated.
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Old 06-02-2013, 11:09 AM   #2
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That will happen every time when spot priming with BIN. Either prime over it with an oil primer (Cover Stain) or prime the whole surface with BIN.
I'm not sure exactly why BIN does this, but it does. Every time.
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Yep, You're going to have to prime the whole ceiling.
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The BIN seals so well, you have the full sheen of the flat showing through. Yes flats have sheen.
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I carry a spray can of BIN to spot prime with. And a spray can of cover stain to 'spot the spots. It eliminates the flashing.
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2 things-
1)I lightly scuff the BIN'd areas with 150 or higher. No problems with flashing with 2 coats flat on top.

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2) spot priming with spray can leaves a suuuuuper smooth finish (in contrast with the rest of the area) so if I were to spray, I would have a 4" roller, wet the nap with BIN, and give the area a quick roll to provide a bit of stipple.
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