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Old 08-24-2014, 01:49 PM   #1
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Hey, Its been awhile.

I am currently following a taper who is re-fastening and re-taping ceilings on pre-existing sheetrock in a newly remodeled home.

In several of the rooms,there was a yellowing bleeding through the compound, which appeared to be nicotine stains, for which I covered with BIN (directly on to the compound), and plan to spray and back roll the ceiling coat.

The taper is suggesting the that I re-prime the BIN with a latex primer before the top coat.

Is there any reason for this that I am not seeing.

All the other priming is done and I would rather double coat the ceiling paint then get set up for shooting primer again.
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Old 08-24-2014, 02:52 PM   #2
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The bin spots can flash if you don't reprime it, even through multiple coats. Some of these guys say sanding the spots can work, idk I usually just prime over them.
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As stated above they can flash. Sand then spot prime with whatever finish you're using. No use applying a latex primer over a shellac primer IMO. Make sure to wait before applying finish coats. I've found if you spot prime and apply a full coat over too soon the patch will flash anyway. Allowing the spot prime to fully dry before applying next coat can greatly reduce that.
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just to clarify,

the yellowing was appearing uniformly over the entire ceiling (except where the tape had been imbedded), so we rolled the entire ceiling(s) with BIN.

My experience has been that 2 top coats of BM ceiling white ultra flat will prevent any flashing.
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just to clarify,

the yellowing was appearing uniformly over the entire ceiling (except where the tape had been imbedded), so we rolled the entire ceiling(s) with BIN.

My experience has been that 2 top coats of BM ceiling white ultra flat will prevent any flashing.

If you did the whole ceiling you will be fine just painting over it. It's when just a patch is primed in the middle of the wall it can flash through the finish coat
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