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Old 03-15-2015, 06:09 PM   #21
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Is AL stain blocking?

NM just looked it up. TDS says you can use on cedar etc so I'm hoping it will block tannin stains on bleeding woods. Especially when prep and painting cabinets
It is to an extent. Personally it wouldn't count on it preventing tannin bleed on cedar.
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Is this raw wood or a repaint?

Is what?
In my question it is referring specifically when you have cabinets that you sand through the clear finish and expose bare wood. Typically oak but I have seen other woods bleed on cabs as well.
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Maple does that as well.


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And the mahogany ones in my kitchen, 6 coats of wb primer plus aerosol Bin some spots.
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And the mahogany ones in my kitchen, 6 coats of wb primer plus aerosol Bin some spots.

Serves you right for painting over mahogany! Lol
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I've been trying Ben Moore's newest Fresh Start. Good bonding; stain blocking(so far); water base; tintable : high-hiding
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I've been trying Ben Moore's newest Fresh Start. Good bonding; stain blocking(so far); water base; tintable : high-hiding
Just tried it on water stains. Not working.
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