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Local paint pro 06-07-2018 11:20 PM

Which primer would be best for my situation
 
the situation is this.. previous homeowner painted latex semigloss over oil on 6 panel doors and trim. Only peeling on some door s and barely any trim. I need something that sands and levels very well with adhesion to latex and oil being paramount. Price is not a concern and the house is vacant now so oil, shellac, or urethane are all options.. can apply with any method most likely hvlp or airless 310ff tip.. quality is top priority . I have access to SW, PPG, and Ben Moore. Thanks guys!

cocomonkeynuts 06-08-2018 02:03 AM

Bm217

lilpaintchic 06-08-2018 03:06 AM

Need more info...are you spot priming only what's failing or sanding them down or???
If it's just spot priming, i'd go with coverstain or bin. If you're repriming all of it (which i don't understand) then 123 or an equivalent will be fine after a good scuff. Why prime over the latex that's not failing? It just adds a other layer to an unstable surface....wb will still to wb assuming your top coat is waterborne anyway.....
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Originally Posted by Local paint pro (Post 1615889)
the situation is this.. previous homeowner painted latex semigloss over oil on 6 panel doors and trim. Only peeling on some door s and barely any trim. I need something that sands and levels very well with adhesion to latex and oil being paramount. Price is not a concern and the house is vacant now so oil, shellac, or urethane are all options.. can apply with any method most likely hvlp or airless 310ff tip.. quality is top priority . I have access to SW, PPG, and Ben Moore. Thanks guys!

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Local paint pro 06-08-2018 07:35 AM

I will be re priming everything. The areas that have peeled already I will sand smooth after priming, thatís why I need a product that will sand down to fine dust, so I can make the surface appear uniform again. The reason I am doing entire surface lilpaintchick is that it is all poorly adhered to the oil paint underneath, cannot pass a fingernail scratch test at all.. I am leaning towards Ben Moore 217, it isnít a huge job only 11 doors and jambs with window casing. Thanks for the input as always everyone!


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