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Old 11-11-2012, 02:22 PM   #1
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Just running this up the flagpole here..

I am going to do a distressed finish on an old hutch for a client, and it will be basecoated in black.
The piece is already a fairly dark stain, but I know I need to get adhesion on the varnish.
rather than priming with a tinited primer like 123 grey, which will actually make it lighter/ harder to cover than it already is, why couldn't I give it a brushed coat of Peel Bond ( after the clean and sand) and just get adhesion without much color change?
I assume peel bond is pretty good in the bond part...
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Old 11-11-2012, 03:23 PM   #2
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Use SealCoat or a dewaxed shellac instead.
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I never did a distressed look before, but peel bond is nice, but it's a soft finish not as good for enamel top coats as a thinner hard primer is. What about tinting your primer a dark, dark grey so the black will cover easy & constantly. I like the shelac idea for true bond. Never heard of tinting shellac...
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If this was a POLL - I would vote SealCoat too!
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I don't know why I didn't think of Seal Coat- good Idea!

And Custom- Tinting shellac is as old as shellac. Great way to build up transparent toner coats fast. But in this case since I'm going to paint, just need it to be an adhesion primer-

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Just running this up the flagpole here..

I am going to do a distressed finish on an old hutch for a client, and it will be basecoated in black.
The piece is already a fairly dark stain, but I know I need to get adhesion on the varnish.
rather than priming with a tinited primer like 123 grey, which will actually make it lighter/ harder to cover than it already is, why couldn't I give it a brushed coat of Peel Bond ( after the clean and sand) and just get adhesion without much color change?
I assume peel bond is pretty good in the bond part...
Whatchathink?
Im thinking if you run this up a flag pole and drop it,this would help distress its finish enormousley!
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I vote for clear schellac as well, might drop in some black tint as well, won't take much.
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